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    CSS Browser Compatibilty

    I'm trying to find out which browsers support CSS / CSS1 / CSS2 etc... I know its in sitepoints css book.. but thats at home :-)

    Does anyone have any references on compatibility between browsers?

    Thanks

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    You might find something useful here:

    http://www.westciv.com/style_master/...owser_support/

    Paul

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    your a star :-) thanks

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    oooh just a quickie paul, that any ideas how the little westciv logo in the top left works?! with the scrolling of the blue header bar over it - it half blue/half white type effect?

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    I'd imagine that the blue logo is part of the fixed page background, whereas the the white one will be part of the DIV that scrolls.


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    Yes that's about it.

    I assume that moz has two fixed images because they don't move but ie doesn't support that so the top image in ie will just be a normal bg image.

    Ie supports position fixed correctly on the body element so the underneath image is probably on the body. The top image is just in the header with a normal background image.

    Moz will just have 2 fixed images and as fixed images are relative to the viewport the image on top (in the header will only show if the container is over the image. When the header scrolls the image stays where its fixed but is only visible as long as the header is covering it.

    Which works nicely and reveals the image underneath.

    Thats only a guess but that's how I'd do it.

    paul


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