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RE: One Basic Question

From: Barry van Oven <bvoven@baan.nl>
Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 16:32:28 +0100
Message-ID: <D3FB42C30BC6D011AB3B00805F191C1D0341CC53@ex-nld-u1.baan.com>
To: "'Christina'" <cwodtke@sirius.com>, www-style@w3.org
Oh really?

That's right, A:Hover is a pseudo class defined under the CSS2
specification. Or was it already implemented in CSS1. I can't remember
anymore!

Still, dynamical rendering in Navigator (or in any version of Netscape for
that matter, even Gecko) is still a big no no. Somehow, the people over at
Netscape can't get the page to be altered after loading without heavy use of
layering (which is basically adding new documents, let's face it!).

-----Original Message-----
From: Christina [mailto:cwodtke@sirius.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 13, 1999 16:08
To: www-style@w3.org
Subject: Re: One Basic Question


i use Netscape 4.04 (the all bugs version! all bugs, all the time!) for
reasons of testing, and I have found I can do everything with css that I can
do with the font tags.

let's not talk css-p, though. :*-(

-----Original Message-----
From: Barry van Oven <bvoven@baan.nl>
To: 'brian young' <chateaubriand@seanet.com>; www-style@w3.org
<www-style@w3.org>
Date: Wednesday, January 13, 1999 1:23 AM
Subject: RE: One Basic Question


>As long as Netscape is not able to render the pages dynamically (as MSIE
>does), portions of CSS-1 and CSS-2 cannot and will not be implemented.
>
>-----Original Message-----

>doesn't seem to cut it with Netscape. I find myself
>inserting <font> tags just to make it read correctly,
>effectively using html and css on the same area of
>text. Does anyone know when these 'depricated' tags
>will
>be eradicated and CSS will be the norm?
>
>
Received on Wednesday, 13 January 1999 10:32:44 GMT

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