> It didn't occur to me that we could use the "!<lisp-function>" syntax
> as you did to generate css. Would something like this work as well, to
> temporarily overide definitions in CSS files?
> (html NIL "My Page" (list *Css "!my-css-tweaks") NIL
> ... )
> I don't know if that would actually be useful, just thinking aloud.
This should work. However, the browser still believes this is a file,
and it will cache the result instead of calling it each time. So it is
not a dynamic on-the-fly CSS generation.