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Getting Netscape 4 to obey CSS height and width?
Anyone know of any methods?
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msg:3125175
 5:38 am on Oct 18, 2006 (gmt 0)

I'm trying to resize an image in Netscape 4 by using height and width via CSS without any success. Anyone know any work arounds without using height and width attributes on the image element?

- John

 

icantthinkofone




msg:3125416
 11:35 am on Oct 18, 2006 (gmt 0)

Does ANYBODY use NN4 still?

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msg:3129593
 7:07 am on Oct 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

A not less then 100% valid statement, however I still like a good challenge! :)

- John

icantthinkofone




msg:3129866
 3:35 pm on Oct 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

Yeah, I've been that drunk before. :)

DrDoc




msg:3130061
 6:22 pm on Oct 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

Aha! Oh my, this used to be one of my specialties :)
First of all, if you are looking for better ways of handling stylesheets in NN4, let's dig up an old thread, shall we? [webmasterworld.com...]

Now, it shall be added that you are in for an especially difficult challenge. I haven't dealt with NN4 for so long, and quite frankly do not have a way of testing in NN4 any more (and no, I will not install it, thank you ;)). But, what I do remember is that heights and widths are, at best, shady in NN4. I can't remember the specifics about whether image dimensions can be set the way you describe, but it is very likely that the answer is "no".

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