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If you go to the top level site -> site settings -> Master Page-> Alternate CSS URL Here you can point to a css file that is load after the SharePoint css files, so you can overwrite the SharePoint css if you need to, without changing the masterpage. You can store your custom css in e.g. the site asses library and customize it with SharePoint designer (or ...
Force reload of the CSS file with a CEWP on the page to load <link rel='stylesheet' href='http://sharepoint/style library/slider/css/global.css?Gimme=TheLastVersion'> That file is in no cache. But I think you are getting the latest Published version from the Style Library... and not your newer minor version
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