I remembered this post from a few weeks ago...You might want to check it out.<BR>I haven't tried it myself, but it could be worth a shot.<BR><BR>http://www.aspmessageboard.com/forum/showMessage.asp?M=179311&F=20&P=1
Most modern browsers support CSS.<BR><BR>Or do you mean all the problems with CSS? I once downloaded 32 pages of bugs associated with all the browsers and CSS. But I am getting ready to implement a project with that post.
Of course not...would Netscape ever provide a product that would be compatible with IE? :-(<BR><BR>Yor are correct, it will not be cross browser, but it is a nice little trick for intranets and such, where you don't have to worry about things like that.<BR>Cheers.<BR><BR>
Interesting.<BR><BR>I use styles and style sheets with Netscape, although not every style is compatiable, if that's what you're saying. Printer page breaks work in Netscape. Hell, I even got WebTV to accept some styles (if you want a POS browser to attempt to work with, this is the one)<BR><BR>I wish I would've saved that URL that shows what browsers support which things -- there were oodles of bugs between the two.<BR><BR>But I guess you're right. You could be safer with not using it. I'm doing a contract for a school company right now, and the they want to print an award -- and force it into landscape mode. Another problem I'm having is trying to make it fit center in all browsers and all printers and all platforms. Ugh.<BR><BR>Anyone care to contribute?