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    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?



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    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.

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    In Topstyle Pro, for each property of CSS there is a list of browsers which support that specific property. Check my screenshot

    http://www.sitepointforum.com/attach...tachmentid=340
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    Is this the answer?

    Drew

    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?


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