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Subject:Re: HTML and CSS From:Steven Anderson <Steven -dot- Anderson -at- BRIGHTWARE -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 1 Feb 1999 14:42:05 -0800
Yesterday I read on TECHWR-L that CSS is only available to a "very small
percentage of the visitors". I've always thought, to some extent, that was
true also, and I haven't been using CSS for that reason.
But, just to check, today I looked at various web browser usage surveys and
studies. They show that over 90 percent of people use IE3/4/5 or Netscape
4/5, all of which support some parts of CSS.
Looking at the numbers, I might finally be able to start using CSS.