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special formatting

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Is there a way for me to select special formatting based on browser.

I've got a css drop shadow for my site. I'm using a set of div's to create the shadows. It works fine in IE, but the shadow isn't appearing in Mozzilla. I found a page with a similar setup that seems to work in Mozilla, but reports problems in IE. So what I'd like to do is apply one set of rules in IE and another in Mozilla.

The easiest way I can see to do this, is have two style sheets, they'd be basically the same except for the divs for the shadow boxes. Then tell it to call one if IE, and one if Mozilla.

Is there a handy way to do this, and if so, do you think this would be an effecient way of handling this problem. Or is there a better way to do it?
Nov 3 '06 #1
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