CSS and Netscape
I have a global css that I use on all of my pages, and in IE this is great. Even Netscape 6 doesn't screw it up. but Netscape 4 looks at my CSS and laughs in my face before it ignores it. I have a browser sniffer that works, and right now it tells people to upgrade their Netscape to 6, but I want a better answer. Is there any link or site, or book, or anything that gives us an idea of how to do any form of CSS for Netscape 4?
Eric Meyer's stylesheet reference guide has some good info on browser CSS support & bugs.
Worth a look, NN4 has some really odd CSS bugs.
In Topstyle Pro, for each property of CSS there is a list of browsers which support that specific property. Check my screenshot :)
Is this the answer?
Geiger came up with a solution to NS4 on my posting "Netscape and externally linked stylesheets". It seems the NS4 farts in the general direction of stylesheet BODY tags if the text is in a table, so you need to define a class in the <td> tags.
Is this what u mean?