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[css-d] Stupid css tricks

Sent by Arlen P Walker on 30 January 2002 17:05


Anybody know a css trick that will keep all versions of IE/Windows from
reading part of a css file? I've got something which is fine in a
standards-compliant browser, but all versions of IE/win mangle it to some
degree. I'd like, if possible, to replace a background image with a color
in IE/Win.

The simplest would probably be to use SSI to serve different css files
depending on browser/OS, and I'll probably do that in the end, but I'm
looking for a way to avoid doing that if possible. (I know; picky, picky,
picky.)

Oh, and if that's not hard enough, I'm trying to do this without any
javascript at all.

Have fun,
Arlen
Chief Managing Director In Charge, Department of Redundancy Department
DNRC 224

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