Linking a two style sheets to one document

To eliminate all of the browser issues regarding styles, I want to use a
style sheet for Netscape browsers and one for IE.

I have done this before, but don't really understand the implications of the
code that allows me to do it. And have searched the net, but cant seem to
find any info on this type of linking to CSS. Any ideas where I might find
more info?


tmt_css_NN = "style_nn.css";
tmt_css_IE = "style_ie.css";
   document.write("<link rel='stylesheet' href='" + tmt_css_NN + "'
   document.write("<link rel='stylesheet' href='" + tmt_css_IE + "'
   document.write("<link rel='stylesheet' href='" + tmt_css_NN + "'


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Received on Friday, 28 March 2003 23:16:19 UTC