On Mon, 1 Jul 2002, Ray Roberts wrote:
> My site www.malvern-hills.co.uk is for my fun not profit however I hope
> to make it >>reasonably<< accessible to all. It's interesting that I
> should be more concerned about NS4.7 than Opera X..
That may not be true.
Opera has the ability to make itself appear to be other browsers, notably
IE5 among others.
The string 'Opera' will appear in the browser ID string, but most browser
sniffers that count browser hits aren't smart enough to look for this.
Add to that the fact that Opera6 IDs itself as IE5 **by default** and you
see the problem.
I myself surf with Opear6 ID'd as IE because so many dumb browser sniffers
insist that you use IE or Netscape when Opera can handle what they want to
do just fine, if they would but let it try.
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?