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    Hi

    Back from my involentary absence, I have even more browser questions:

    1. Is there a way to get Netscape to support the topmargin and leftmargin properties?

    2. IE 4 doesn't seem to support the css command background-repeat: no-repeat. I find this very strange. Any advice?

    3. A bir off target. We're busy converting our site's system to PHP. Problem is that means bits are using PHP and bits are using ASP. I use the include function to iclude asp files as menus. Noe, is it possible to have a php include inside a asp include file?

    Thanks

    James

    Prophecy - Africa's leading gaming site! http://www.prophecy.co.za

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    To answer your questions:

    1. Netscape uses Marginwidth and MarginHeight instead of leftmargin and topmargin. Try using those as well.

    2. IE 4.0 should recognize this property. Make sure your not overriding it somewhere else.

    3. Since Include files are parsed as the file is served then you should be able to include PHP commands within an ASP page.

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    Wayne Luke
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    Thanks! One major NS mystery solved!


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