On 2004-11-01 2:51 PM, Aryan wrote:
> As many of you know, internet explorer does not support the :before
> and :after pseudo-elements. These elements are really useful but the
> fact that they're not supported by some browsers (internet explorer)
> is forcing me to not use them.
> For instance, I want to have a middle dot in an inline list and the
> only way to accomplish this so that most major browsers support it is
> to just put in those middle dots manually without the use of CSS.
> What do you think? Should I give up and put the middle dots in
> manually? Do you have any tricks or any other methods to get something
> like this acomplished?
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