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Netscape and CSS

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The same page opens like it should in IE, but the styles are not
applied in Netscape (nor Mozilla)
I suspect that Netscape is not locating the external CSS file.

Is there any restriction on how to specify the css file ??
Any idea anyone?

I used the following line in the head
(along with other tags...)

<link id=csslink href="css/caroline.css" type=text/css rel=stylesheet>
Jul 20 '05 #1
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pl***@letsdothatagain.com (Caroline) writes:
The same page opens like it should in IE, but the styles are not
applied in Netscape (nor Mozilla)
I suspect that Netscape is not locating the external CSS file.

I used the following line in the head
(along with other tags...)

<link id=csslink href="css/caroline.css" type=text/css rel=stylesheet>


<link id="csslink" href="css/caroline.css" type="text/css" rel="stylesheet">
would be safer - always quote attribute values, whether you need to or
not.

Do you have a URL of the page where it isn't working - it might not be
that line which is the problem. Always provide a URL where possible.

If it works in IE but not Netscape/Mozilla, then I suspect a MIME type
issue, but I'd need a page URL to check that.

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Chris
Jul 20 '05 #2

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