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and straightaway there's a problem
I've put a link to my page in my profile...sorry I can't duplicate error as I don't know what it is
On viewing the page in IE & NN it's OK, but Opera is producing a strange thing..i.e. some styles are there...and it's missed out half the page...although on looking at the source code it's all there
HTML & CSS validates as per links at bottom of IE NN page
unless it's my browser setting, but I can't think what I've done
[edited by: madcat at 12:11 am (utc) on Nov. 8, 2002]
yes I was just trying that method..ddidn't remove the @import statement though
but then I saw your post and I removed and replace with <link rel> and it works now!
what is the significance of using one method over the other again I can't remember...
edited: OK....here's a link to something that helped explain the problem to me although I've now got to learn how to incorporate my print.css...:)
[edited by: SuzyUK at 12:51 am (utc) on Nov. 8, 2002]
first I got page to show up by taking out all the preferences in user mode, (just to prove to myself it was actually there!)
then I added them back in one by one in the Author Mode...but that didn't help
any way you'll see by the link in my post above the error was happening because opera wouldn't accept the two stylesheet commands, they were "merging" and now the main styles are there (amended online)...but the print styles aren't working...but I'll get there
<style type="text/css" media="screen">
@import url(http://linkToThis/print.css) print;
I guess Opera was on the mark with that call.
now for another...with that last bit of code, with which I was experimenting anyway..NN & Opera are OK and IE6 doesn't like it...
and I if I use <link Rel> for the print sheet Opera gets a little bit fussy!
I give up...for tonight anyway!
Madcat was beginning to think I was cracking up until you said you saw it too!