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You probably know that if you have $scripts_for_layout in your site’s layout, then you can include JS files from the view. For example, if you’d like to include ‘myScript.js’ from some view you would add the following code: $javascript->link(‘myScript’, false);

Basically the second param (false), will tell CakePHP not to include the file in-line, but rather where the $scripts_for_layout is located.

A less known feature is that you can do the same for your CSS files. So, if you need to include some style that is specific to a given view, add something like this to your view file:

$html->css(‘myViewCss’, ‘stylesheet’, array(“media”=>”all” ), false);

Again, you simply need to specify a ‘false’ parameter. This will tell CakePHP to include the CSS file where the $scripts_for_layout variable is located (which should be in the ).