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I have made a custom search portal for a sharepoint library. As instructed in a different topic here I have selected the stylesheet in the Settings of this site. But it seems this also applies to all top-level sites and document-library views. How do I apply a stylesheet to a single site?

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    I assume you are using the alternateCssUrl property and classic sites. Just reference the css in the page using a content editor or script editor web part. – Bunzab Apr 11 '17 at 13:14
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Put a Content Editor WebPart on te page with a LINK to a CSS file.

If it's not a WebPart page you have to go the more technical route:

Use JavaScript, which adds a LINK element to document.head in the MasterPage itself; but you need to check the URL for execution on the correct page

More technical is a Web Scoped UserCustomAction, a JavaScript file which only executes on the Web (and not its SubWebs)
Easy to attach using the SPEditor Chrome Extension:

  • Thanks a lot for suggesting that extension, will definitely check that out. – Thomas A. Apr 11 '17 at 15:44

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