Actually, if you're coding for NN6 you shouldn't be using the <layer> tag
at all. LAYER is a deprecated Netscape extension. It has been functionally
replaced by the standardized DIV tag as of the never-released NN5.
Yes, NN6 still supports the LAYER tag but, don't count on NN7 doing so and
IE never really supported it.
At 02:09 AM 2/24/2002, you wrote:
>I'm having problems with nesting tables in netscape 6. The site looks ok
>in IE 5.5 but it displays extra lines at the bottom of the text layer and
>the white BG layer in NN6. It also looks worse in Opera but I think that's
>another bunch of problems altogether.
>Is this a CSS bug in NN6?
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