RE: CSS; was: RE: Firefox vs IE - help

Subject: RE: CSS; was: RE: Firefox vs IE - help
From: "Lauren" <lt34 -at- csus -dot- edu>
To: "'David Neeley'" <dbneeley -at- gmail -dot- com>, <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2007 12:48:37 -0700

Well that's a pretty and well-behaved site that doesn't seem to have any
browser-identity confusion. Very Zen. I did use CSS when I built perl apps
that used different stylesheets for user-selected templates. My apps needed
to be compatible with IE and Opera. The company owner was anti-Mozilla. I
don't think that the div tag was around then, or at least it was still new,
so I didn't use CSS for positioning. It looks like CSS might have some
options that I should look into, at least for my personal web sites. I
don't work on web stuff anymore. Years ago, I really wanted something in
web programming that could handle positioning and text-wrapping around
graphics. I guess that technology is here now.


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> Subject: CSS; was: RE: Firefox vs IE - help
> It's been mentioned many times before, but in case there are any
> newcomers unfamiliar with the site that gives graphic examples of how
> CSS can be employed to dramatically repurpose content, see:
> You can download the CSS files to study how the various effects are
> realized, too.
> David


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