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You're right, Thomas. You can't display a string from a CSS (ver. 1 or 2). A
CSS is kind of like a template. It just describes how you want the data to
be displayed, but doesn't actually hold the data.
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----- Original Message -----
From: Murrell, Thomas <TMurrell -at- alldata -dot- net>
Subject: RE: HELP - css problems!
> I'm going to reply through the list in the hope that if I'm totally
> misunderstanding aspects of Cascading Style Sheets someone will (gently)
> correct me.
> I'm looking at the information published by W3C (http://www.w3c.org) on
> CSS2. As I read the information on the "display" property, it cannot be
> used as you are showing (even allowing for the fact that you don't use
> signs when defining CSS properties). "DISPLAY" can have a value of
> block, list-item, run-in, etc. (it goes on for a couple of lines of text),
> but none of them appears to be, or allow, a string.