Andy Budd wrote:
> Eric A. Meyer wrote:
>> For example, I know there are documents out there with my name on
>> them that recommend using 'link' to associate basic, NN4.x-friendly
>> styles to the document, and '@import' to bring in the more advanced
>> stuff that IE5.0 can handle. I would no longer recommend doing that.
>> The old-timers, of course, keep plodding along using the same archaic
>> tools they learned back in the day.
> Interesting. I do the link/import thing mostly out of habit, although
> I'm not sure I'd call myself an old timer :-) What's the current
> wisdom on this one then?
I'm guessing what Eric meant is that he just imports all screen styles
and leaves NN4 with unstyled text -- the path that many web developers
take nowadays. Once again, this is a personal preference. I sometimes
use a link element to give NN4 basic styling, and sometimes not.
Zoe M. Gillenwater
Highway Safety Research Center
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