the generated css has no definition for '.rich-panel'. So, the order of loading might not be the problem.
Do the other styles from this global.css work fine?
that's right, the styles applied are over the dr-panel div, but it applies a padding that i would like to overwrite
that is what i am trying to do, change the padding; but it seems that the dr-panel padding property prevales over what i define
rich-panel comes after dr-pnl, so, padding of dr-pnl cannot override the padding of rich-panel. Do not spend you time thinking that it is possible.
The question from my previous post is still actual.
If you have FireFox and FireBug extension you can see the style hierarchy of applied styles there. Otherwise, install them and see.
I really hate the way the css links are organized; the a4j:loadStyle defined by me should be rendered at last so my styles override those especified by the dinamically created ones