Thanks to all who responded. The reason I'm labouring the point here is
because the very simple styling:
width : 450;
w\idth : 400;
type of thing works for me (IE 5.5, IE6, quirks and standards, Mozilla 1,
Firefox 1, Opera 7), so why should I use anything else? Michael (Wilson)
suggested adding an extra line (which is OK):
but Zeldman and others suggest using the clumsy voice things. I ask myself
why, if the simple things do actually work properly?
I knocked up a very simple example of this at:
and tested it with my (few) browsers. Fine!
So can you understand my concerns? (I do like simple things, where possible
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