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I have the following line under the head tag but I don't have the file styles/default.css in my theme and consequently get a loading error in browsers. I'd like to eliminate this line but I don't know where it comes from. I tried to disable all plugins but it still appears. Is this a standard inclusion in WP?

<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href="http://wp.dev/wordpress/wp-content/themes/theme1/styles/default.css">

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please give more specfic details and post at least the name and download link of your theme. –  Michael Jun 7 '12 at 11:16
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just guessing now because lack of info, but it could be in your functions.php and maybe called by the function "wp_enqueue_style()" or try to search your theme folder for default.css and it should give you that file where it being included from.

And no it is not a standard inclusion in WP.

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I didn't find any of those, but ack came to the rescue. ack default.css found it. You were right, it's not part of the WP installation. –  seron Jun 7 '12 at 15:09
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Found it with ack default.css. In someone else's file that I had added to the theme.

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