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Unable to seperate CSS files on CMS pages and Custom Pages within designer

#1

I must split my CSS based on page type

How do I Split Webflow CSS files for specific pages within Designer?

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="webflow-main.css">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="webflow-blog_cms.css">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="webflow-landingpage_01.css">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="webflow-landingpage_02.css">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="webflow-landingpage_03.css">

I must set up the following:

ALL PAGES:
Serves /webflow_master.css
^ Served on ALL Pages - small css file size

ALL CMS & BLOG PAGES:
Serves /webflow_master.css AND Serves /webflow_cms.css
^ Served on ALL CMS and BLOG Pages - small css file size

LANDING PAGES:
Serves /webflow_master.css AND Serves /webflow_lp1.css
^ Served on ALL Pages - small css file size

COMMERCE PAGES PAGES:
Serves /webflow_master.css AND Serves /webflow_commerce.css
^ Served on ALL Pages - small css file size

MAIN / SEO (non-cms) PAGES:
Serves ONLY /webflow_master.css
EXCLUDE /webflow-cms.css
EXCLUDE /webflow-landigpage.css
EXCLUDE /webflow-commerce.css

Mixing up CMS styling, Blog Styling, Landing Page Styling, and Landing Page Styling on a master CSS file is BAD
How do I tell each page to only serve Specific CSS files as indicated above within desi9gner environment without manually injecting separate css file ‘<‘style’>’?

#2

Has anyone has success separating CSS for page types or folder-paths in webflow Designer?

#3

SImple answer. You can’t without breaking apart the CSS and using external hosting.