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disappearing styles

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I am having a recurring problem with a specific css stylesheet. For no
evident reason, seemingly random styles (though from the same area of
the stylesheet) are selectively ignored by browsers. Cutting the
ignored style and pasting it to the top of the stylesheet solves the
problem, but then a few weeks later, other styles are not being
recognised. What could be causing this problem? Is it to do with the
length of the document? Has anyone had a problem of this nature?
I would appreciate any suggestions as to what this problem might be
about.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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christian wrote:
I am having a recurring problem with a specific css stylesheet.


My crystal ball is broken again, please give us the URL and the browser
you're using.
Matthias

Jul 20 '05 #2

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"christian" <ch************@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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I am having a recurring problem with a specific css stylesheet. For no
evident reason, seemingly random styles (though from the same area of
the stylesheet) are selectively ignored by browsers. Cutting the
ignored style and pasting it to the top of the stylesheet solves the
problem, but then a few weeks later, other styles are not being
recognised. What could be causing this problem? Is it to do with the
length of the document? Has anyone had a problem of this nature?
I would appreciate any suggestions as to what this problem might be
about.


You'll need to post this to comp.questions.psychic, where the regulars can
quickly figure out the cause of your problem without seeing the code.

Jul 20 '05 #3

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