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Re: Fw: CSS and implementation

From: Kathleen Anderson <kathleen.anderson@po.state.ct.us>
Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2000 20:42:22 -0500
Message-ID: <388E50FE.BE7427D8@po.state.ct.us>
To: Robert Neff <robneff@home.com>
CC: w3c-wai-eo@w3.org
I had a problem using CSS link styles and onMouseOver window status in
Javascript on the same links.
It was crashing Netscape 4.7 (I.E. 5 was fine). 
They were both used in a navigation bar at the top of the page, which
was actually an included page itself.
Maybe there was some kind of contention happening while the page was
being loaded?
I don't know.
I took the JavaScript out and Netscape doesn't crash anymore.
Kathleen Anderson
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Robert Neff wrote:
>  We are implementing CSS on the intranet and have seen two snafus that we
> are
>  looking at now.
>  1.  We use Documentum, a electroninc document management system, as our
>  document delivery system.  It has a server piece that sits on the web
> server
>  and queries the document database for documents.  On the CSS page is an
>  embedded query that starts the Documentum server piece and returns the
>  documents.  This is not working well with CSS.  It is blowing up on IE 5
> and
>  locking upnon IE 4.
>  2.  We have a simple intranet with headers and footers and inlcudes for
> each
>  and we have applicaitons.  We also are having serious problems implementing
>  the CSS as is does not work well or not at all on all builds of Micorsoft
>  Internet Explorer.  This is causing us to reinstall Micorsoft Internet
>  Explorer.
>  CSS is not integrating well and we are troubledhooting to see what the
>  problem is.  For exmaple we are building a simple HTML page to test
>  fucntionality with th browsers.
>  Anyone else having problems like this?
>  rob
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