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Simple! Just say True or False.

From: Sathish Kumar Rangarajan <sathish@lantana.tenet.res.in>
Date: Wed, 6 May 1998 14:32:07 +0530 (IST)
To: LuG PaJ <LuGPaJ@TOP100.net>
cc: www-html@w3.org
Message-ID: <Pine.LNX.3.95.980506141714.4894A-100000@lantana.iitm.ernet.in>

CSS and its positionong capabilities is the preferred way
to set up FRAMES

That statement in the below mail makes me ask this.
Which versions of the popular browsers support Style Sheets?

Just say YES or NO to the below.

Netscape 4.0 (Communicator)     :

Netscape 3.02                   :

Netscape 3.01                   :



Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 :

Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 :

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> > Russell Steven Shawn O'Connor wrote:
> > >
> > > I noticed that the target attribute isn't part of the strict DTD.  This
> > > means that frame elments must (well not quite must) be part of the
> > > Transitonal DTD. Is this an error, or was this done on purpose?
> >
> > This is not an error. Frames aren't considered as the way to go. CSS2
> > and its positioning capabilities is the preferred way.
> > --
> > Arnaud Le Hors - W3C, User Interface Domain - www.w3.org/People/Arnaud
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> LuG PaJ
> munich
> germany
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Received on Wednesday, 6 May 1998 04:54:01 GMT

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