Re: C S S - B A S I C Q U E S T I O N
by Tamara <tamara(at)abbeyink.com>
||Mon, 30 Apr 2001 14:29:08 -0500
Yes! Absolutely! I am a huge, huge CSS fan, so perhaps my opinion is
Anyway, for fun, I use http://www.w3schools.com -- they have a tutorial on
CSS that lets you try the different techniques. If you go there in
Netscape, well, it truly is a shame all the stuff that /can't/ be done.
But, for the most part, even though things like a:hover won't show up in
NN, the links at least work.
>I know a little HTML and am toying with the idea of
>tackling CSS. But every time I start to work on CSS
>I run across a note somewhere saying something
>along the lines of ".xxx doesn't work with Netacape"
>or not supported by all browsers, etc, etc. I'm asking
>myself if it's worth the time to try and learn if CSS is
>not fully supported by most common browsers.
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