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Hi at all,

I teach into a teachnical school and many boys must to know best CSS.
I have two problems:
1)Making tables we'ld want make the cells with round angles.
Therefore we apply -moz-border-radius-topleft ecc......
But it work only with Netscape 6 or more.
Is there the mean to do to work with MSIE?

2)What is the best CSS book?

Thank in advance and best regards

Pietro
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Brian / 2003-08-28 23:26:
Pietro wrote:
I teach into a teachnical school and many boys must to know best CSS.
I have two problems:
1)Making tables we'ld want make the cells with round angles.
Therefore we apply -moz-border-radius-topleft ecc......
But it work only with Netscape 6 or more.


Correct. The "-moz-" at the beginning is the tip-off that this is
proprietary css that works only in Mozilla/Gecko browsers like
Netscape 6+.


It's also worth mentioning that correct way to type that property is
to escape the first letter because CSS doesn't allow property names
to start with dash (-).

For example:
..selector { \-moz-border-radius: 0.25em; }
Is there the mean to do to work with MSIE?


With MSIE6-? No. It's highly likely that CSS3 'border-radius'
property ends up doing pretty much the same as -moz-border-radius
but considering that MSIE6 barely supports CSS1 I don't expect to
see support for it by Microsoft in next five years.

I think the less we come up with special hacks to make pages look
better with MSIE6 the longer we have to suffer with it. Just make
sure the page is usable and if the user doesn't like the looks of
it, just make sure the user knows the issue can be solved with
different *user agent*.

[Stupid subject line fixed.]

--
Mikko

Jul 20 '05 #2

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