takes care of difficulties with Netscape 4. So should I change from the illustrated form to @import? If so, how do I make such a statement? I have a feeling I should have found it somewhere easily, but as such a babe in the woods, I'm lost, so I apologize for the question, but ask it anyway <g>.
Originally posted by ray326 Instead of the link you set up for an embedded style sheet then use the @import inside of that. The strategy is to only put "old browser" styles in the linked sheet then @import the "advanced" styles.
Hw interesting! I'll have to study up on that to discover quite what you mean, Ray, but I begin to get the idea, and now at least have numbers of resources from which to study; so many are mentioned here. My Bookmarks list is getting very, very long, haha!
'screen' sets styles on a monitor, 'print' sets styles for a
printed page (usualy for a printer-friendly page).
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ChiP, how nice of you to make your first post here a helpful reply to my request for information! Your explanation is helpful too; thanks a lot! And welcome to the forums. I'm not a programmer at all, so it's hard for me, but have been getting wonderful help here! To which you've now contributed. I'm very grateful. And greetings back to you!