---- Websites 1st, Browsers 2nd or is that backwards?
hartlandcat - 9:22 am on Oct 28, 2003 (gmt 0)
Yes, you should never really develop in Netscape 4 now. To do what HarryM said, create the stylesheet that you want all browsers, and call it all.css (actually, you can call it whatever you want, but we'll call it that for now). In the head section of your page, link to the stylesheet as normal: <link rel="stylesheet" href="all.css" type="text/css"> Now, create another stylesheet, and call it notall.css. Put this at the top of all.css: @import url(notall.css); Just about all browsers apart from Netscape 4 and IE 3 will see that stylesheet. If you want to block the stylesheet from IE 4 users as well, put this at the top of all.css as well: @import "notall.css"; You could of course put both, if you wanted to block different CSS from Netscape 4 and IE 4.
How is Mozilla 1.4 capable of cycling at a different speed to Netscape 7.1? It's the same browser.