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RE: "alt" attribute required by XHTML 1.0

From: Tommi Lahtonen <tjlahton@mit.jyu.fi>
Date: Thu, 6 Sep 2001 14:32:48 +0300 (EEST)
To: Christian Wolfgang Hujer <Christian.Hujer@itcqis.com>
cc: www-html@w3.org
Message-ID: <Pine.GSO.4.20.0109061422270.15543-100000@blizzard.cs.hut.fi>
On Thu, 6 Sep 2001, Christian Wolfgang Hujer wrote:

>   since IE doesn't interpret CSS Level 2 correctly, it is neccessary to use
>   tables to emulate that behaviour. It is recommended to have 3 stylesheets,
>   one for CSS Level 2 aware browsers like Mozilla
>   one for CSS Level 2 nearly aware browsers like Opera (has a bug with
>   overflow)
>   one for CSS Level 2 pseudo aware browsers like IE (interprets the box model
>   differently)

This requires too much work. I rather make only one stylesheet which can
be used with any browser but which doesn't look the same with each of
them. My current solution works just fine with Mozilla/NS6/Opera where
the navigation bar is fixed to the top of the browser and with
IE/NS4 it looks like a normal page where the navigation bar scrolls with
the page. No tables or ECMAScript is needed.


>   I have attached a HTML file containing three stylesheets, one for Mozilla,
>   one for IE, one for Opera. It is not perfect (I have just written it from
>   the scratch), I tested it with IE 5.5, Opera 5.12, Mozilla 0.9.3, Amaya and
>   Lynx.
Thanks for the stylesheets. I will check them out later.


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Tommi Lahtonen, tjlahton@mit.jyu.fi, <URL: http://www.iki.fi/hazor/>

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