On Tue, 24 Dec 2002 07:36:12 -0800 (PST), Big John [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
> Jayesh Sheth wrote:
>> I am not sure what I should do, though, regarding
>> making the website work "properly" in Opera 7. Should
>> I wait until Opera 7 final (not beta) is released to
>> see if the problem is fixed? It does not look pretty
>> as displayed in Opera 7, however, the links are still
> This one's easy. Just remove that 'align="center"' from
> the html, and apply 'text-align: center' to any other desired content in
> that same wrapper. If that content is 'inline', wrap it, and apply the
> css to that wrapper.
Yep. It would also be useful to concentrate on proper use of markup ,
move to HTML 4 Strict combined with CSS for all layout details, and leave
strange rendering problems that remain until after the release of Opera 7
 You've got constructs like
Us</big></h2></strong>, which is both invalid markup and trying to mix HTML
and CSS to achieve visual effects, will makes things more complicated.
Using a validator will help you catching errors like these.
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