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at least I won't have to design my site and keep cross checking in netscape for overall compatability.
Netscape 7.1 was only released a few weeks ago. Just because it's been announced that there will be no more Netscape releases from now, people aren't suddenly going to flock away. I intend to continue using Netscape 7.1 until it becomes obsolete (in other words, like IE 6.0 is now). Then I (like most Netscape users) will move to either some form of Mozilla browser, Opera, Konqueror or Safari.
Sites using @import for the style sheets instead of the <link> command or embedded in the <head> section or inline in the HTML code fair a lot better on that version, as @import hides the CSS from the browser.
Too bad *all* browsers don't behave like this. It would very efficiently force people to write valid code. :)
@import hides the CSS from the browser
Yep, as well as does using the media="all" attribute with <link>. The difference is, as far as I remember, that @import hides the CSS from older IEs too, whereas media="all" hides it from Netscape 4.x only.
Iif I remember wrong, please slap me with a wet trout :)
Pardon - i would hope no browser tried to load anypart of bad code.