Master Page Has Runat=server On The Head Tag Element - It Is Injecting A Stylesheet Using Themes

Jul 15, 2010

master page has runat=server on the head tag element, it is injecting a stylesheet on the page for some reason and I am not doing it explicitly.

Is it a themes setting that is adding the stylesheet? How can I disable it for this master page?

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