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Specify <head> where sitefinity css will be added to better control order of css

It should be simpler to get a clean site-wide css and conditional loading of stylesheets (for ie fixes or mobile support for example). Having the Sitefinity style sheets load earlier so that minor changes could be easily made to selected styles only would be great. Using !important everywhere as a way to get around the order in which styles load is painful. Some sitewide CSS should probably load before themes and sitefinity css, and those like IE fixes usually are conditionally loaded last. For the most flexibility, options to turn off all the sitefinity style sheets would also be great.

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