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RE: Weird (maybe) Netscape problem

From: Alfred Taylor <keymo@hotbot.com>
Date: Mon, 27 Dec 1999 03:58:26 -0800
To: www-style@w3.org
Message-ID: <EAIOFLDMGNEAMAAA@hotbot.com>
oooh, sorry guys, i misunderstood this discussion groups policies.  when i read that it was for "technical discussion" i took it to mean technical support as opposed to development.

sorry.

but thanks guys for replying instead of flaming. all your responses answered my questions and i'm more than on my way to the wonderful world of CSS.

Alfred 


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On Mon, 27 Dec 1999 09:23:11   Barry van Oven wrote:
>Alfred Taylor [mailto:keymo@hotbot.com] wrote:
>>> Well, I'm fairly new to CSS but I feel I understand them 
>>> well enough to implement them efficiently into a webpage.  
>>> Problem is I ran into this problem.
><snip></snip>
>>> The code should have produced a black strip along the top 
>>> with the word "keymo.cjb.net" in white 18pt but it doesn't.  
>>> It produces the black bar but leaves the text in black as 
>>> well in the "default" font size.
>>> 
>>> As far as I know, I'm not using any IE specific style sheet 
>>> so I don't understand why it's not working.
>
>Although these posts are better directed at web design and web development
>mailing list or discussions groups, I'll give a quick answer. Internet
>Explorer 4.0+ implements a fair number of the CSS properties and values,
>Netscape much less so. If you are really interested in using CSS in the
>upcoming Mozilla Gecko browser (which will probably form the Netscape 5.0
>rendering engine), take a look at http://www.mozilla.org.
>
>Barry
>
>


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