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RE: [css-d] Netscape 6

Sent by Fournier, Jason M on 24 January 2002 22:10


This may sound like an extremely stupid question, but have you tried holding
shift and clicking the reload button at the same time? This will reload the
page without using cached versions of the files.

Also, make sure there are no underscores in the names of your classes...
That has caused me grief in the past.

Jason

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> From: 	Timothy [EMAIL-REMOVED]]
> Sent: 	Thursday, January 24, 2002 10:38 PM
> To: 	[EMAIL-REMOVED]
> Subject: 	Re: [css-d] Netscape 6
> 
> What version of Netscape 6 are you using? This is merely anecdotal, but 
> I seem to recall a similar problem when I was developing with 6.0, and 
> earlier versions of Mozilla. The browser wouldn't automatically refresh 
> CSS declarations when reloading a page-- they seemed to stick in the 
> cache. As a workaround, I'd point the browser to the specific CSS file 
> (if external) and reload it, or, like you said, keep renaming styles 
> back and forth.
> 
> I don't experience this with 6.2.1 (the latest version). I can't 
> remember when I last did...
> 
> Adios,
> +Tim
> http://www.angstdei.com/
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: allen [EMAIL-REMOVED] [EMAIL-REMOVED]> ]
> Sent: Friday, 25 January 2002 12:01 PM
> Subject: [css-d] Netscape 6
> I am having a horrible time getting some styles to work with ns6. If I 
> take a style that works, rename it, then it works, but if i edit it, 
> then it doesnt...
> 
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