NON-DELIVERY of: Re: Netscape 4.0b5 stylesheet limitation
At 12:44 AM 5/27/97, Wolfgang Klimt wrote:
>yesterday I discovered that Netscape Communicator allows stylesheets
>only to be loaded from the server the html-page was loaded from, in
>apply the CSS stylesheet. I'm a friend of security, but I can't see
>any reason why a stylesheet could be a security risk! For me this
>means a great limitation, as we have many web-servers that should use
>the same stylesheet loaded from one reference location.
One possibility is that the tag didn't have a TYPE="text/css". It would be
reasonable to expect this to be implicit, but Netscape seems to have
error messages as the one you got.
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From: Terje@in-Progress.com (Terje Norderhaug)
Subject: Re: Netscape 4.0b5 stylesheet limitation
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