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RE: CSS and Browsers

From: Charles (Chuck) Oppermann <chuckop@MICROSOFT.com>
Date: Mon, 24 Aug 1998 11:53:57 -0700
Message-ID: <D70342829C12D2119D0700805FBECA2F75F388@RED-MSG-55>
To: "'dd@w3.org'" <dd@w3.org>, Jon Gunderson <jongund@staff.uiuc.edu>
Cc: danson@miseri.edu, "'Al Gilman'" <asgilman@access.digex.net>, w3c-wai-ua@w3.org, ngscott@arch.stanford.edu
You could create a user style sheet that would set all the known CSS
properties to a setting you choose, but there is no general user interface
for disabling all author-side CSS properties.

-----Original Message-----
From: Daniel Dardailler [mailto:danield@w3.org]
Sent: Monday, August 24, 1998 7:24 AM
To: Jon Gunderson
Cc: danson@miseri.edu; 'Al Gilman'; w3c-wai-ua@w3.org;
ngscott@arch.stanford.edu
Subject: Re: CSS and Browsers 



> Explorer 4.0 is more complex.  It allows for the provision of user style
> sheets.  Items specified in the users style sheet will override author
> defined styles sheets.  This can be a problem though if the authors uses
> style names or elements not included in the user styles sheets.  Explorer
> does provide partial disabling of author style elements by checking ignore
> color, ignore font size and ignore font style in the accessibility
options.

> It doesn't allow the disabling of all style elements in the author styles
> sheet, most importantly positioning attributes.

Last I was told, but I didn't have time to check, and maybe if Chuck
is reading that, he can tell us how to do it, this is possible in IE
using some script (JavaScript, VB, I don't know, I don't even know how 
to plug it in).
Received on Monday, 24 August 1998 14:53:38 UTC

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