On Tue, 11 Jun 2002, aardvark wrote:
> so, did my argument come across clearly, or are you still wondering?
It was both well thought out & clear.... I may have to take a nap, as I
have no idea how to respond to such an occurrence on an Internet mailing
(css-d excluded from above comment, of course ;-)
Ok, I feel much better...
I think the strongest point you made, imo, was about the home page.
I think my solution might be a bit different though... I think I may make
a separate page for the home page and leave the rest in the global file.
Will have to think about it. I don't update my CSS all that often that it
would be noticeable for return visitors to have to wait for the download.
Besides, just think of all the FONT and TD bits they are saving ;-)
Timothy J. Luoma [EMAIL-REMOVED] http://www.tntluoma.com
3 Steps to getting a better answer on CSS-D (imo):
What's the URL / URI? (put up temp copy if possible)
Does the CSS/HTML validate? How does it look in Mozilla?