I'm a complete newbie in sharepoint so this is an easy question.
I've uploaded a .css to the Style Library and am looking for an easy way to change it. (ctrl+s to save and F5 to refresh page)
What is the best way to do this?
When you do an upload using the web interface or SP designer, it does not have a physical location. It is stored in the database.
You could initially deploy your file into the Style Library using a "Feature" instead, which means you will have a physical file on the filesystem in your Feature folder. You can use this file to repeatedly perform your edit/save/refresh sequence with no delays.
Note that as soon as you modify/overwrite this file through the web interface or SP designer, you lose the ability to change the file on the filesystem and see it's changes.
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