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    Unhappy general problem on css

    I need help!Im a newbie on the use of CSS and I cant find where is the problem with the CSS I am using that is making the apearance of my websites look different in browsers NS-like (even in the lattest versions-such as 6 and 7 of NS) than it looks in IE.To know what I mean, take a look at this site:www.fafarufmg.hpg.com.br with these different browsers and tell me whats going on.Anyone who do that will have my sincere gratitude.

    Thanx anyway.

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    Try putting a doc type on the page <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">

    also try making your selector in the css both the body and td.
    lik body, td {style.....
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    The fisrt option didn't work,in fact it has hidden all the css effects.One solution i'm thinking is using my own classes to redefine the html tags...it seems that the NS doesn't accept the styles defined by frontpage 2000.

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    Yeah I would stay away from frontpage. You may also try embedding the css on the page.
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    a tip is to stop using frontpage and write more code on your own, using fontpage won't let you learn as quick and much as doing it yourself =)

    Martin Lundberg
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    ok,guys...I swear: no more frontpage in my webdeveloping existence,ahahaha...thanx!


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