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RE: [css-d] Netscape 4.73 and css form borders

Sent by Nate Koechley on 29 January 2002 02:02


hmm, it's actually crashing my Netscape 4.04 (win2k), but i see what you
mean on Netscape 4.72 (don't have 4.73 at home).

i've had success with something like this:
<input type=text style="
	border-top:solid 1px red;
	border-left:solid 1px red;
	border-bottom:solid 1px red;
	border-right:solid 1px red;	">

in essence: call each side of the border individually. of course, you don't
get the style in netscape 4.*'s, but you do get it in other browsers and
it's safely (AFAIK) overlooked by NN4s.

HTH,
nate

Nate Koechley

ps: Hi List Leaders and Peoples. I've just been watching the last few days
since I moved over from Evolt, but I'am looking forward to learning/sharing
on the good-lookin' list. cheers!

========== recently you wrote: ==========
<snip>

I'm having problems figuring out why Netscape 4.73 completely stuffs up my
layout when I add a border attribute to my input, textarea, select
selectors.

page in question:
http://members.iinet.net.au/~efford/sustainable/contact.shtml

and my css code for the form...

input, textarea, select {
 background-color : #CC9;
 font:10px Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
 color: #FFF;
 border : 1px solid Gray;
}

</snip>
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