from your css style sheet by including a behavior property. I believe IE
has been fixed in XP/SP2.
There was an article about it at http://www.quirksmode.org
On 14/9/04 5:02 PM, Damon Dimmick wrote:
> I remember reading a web snippet some time ago about a way to make CSS
> import pre-written html into a page. To be more clear, the article
> talked about a way to create a CSS class that would, when called as a
> div, include pre-written html that was stored in the linked CSS file.
> Unfortunately, I can no longer find that article.
> Suffice it to say, this would very very powerful stuff indeed. Has
> anyone seen a similar article, and if not, does anyone know how to
> properly execute this kind of thing, or wether it is even standards
> compliant. For some reason I think it had something to do with a
> property called "include" or "contains" etc.
> Anyhow, a quick primer or a pointer to a relevant article would be
> great. If this functionality exists, is well supported, and standards
> compliant, I can think of 1001 uses.
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