Neil,

        I don't know if you are aware of this, but netscape really gets
confused if you don't have end-tags for TR and TD (this just might be part of
the problem you are facing ).

Hope this helps a little,
Luis.


On Sat, 15 Jul 2000, Neil Burnett wrote:
> Warning: This is a 'get it off my chest' e-mail.
> 
> Well, I am going to give up with CSS. I am sure ZStylesheet is a fine
> product, its just that CSS implementations lets it down.
> 
> I have struggled for ages to get anything more sophisticated than
> font-family* to work on both IE5 and Netscape 4.6 - no chance. It seems
> they have both implemented CSS from a different hymn sheet :-( Basically,
> nothing to do with sizes works the same, and it boils down to Netscape
> ignoring the inheritance model of CSS. table rows and cells are a
> particular mystery.
> 
> If anyone has cracked it and has developed a ZStylesheet which can second
> guess both browsers, please let me know. Until then, I will go back to
> using <font size="12pt"> or whatever. Shame, but I have more interesting
> things to worry about.
> 
> Regards
> 
> Neil
> 
> *even font-family doesn't work for the BODY selector. Tables in Netscape
> ignore it so you have to use BODY TR TD as the selector.
> 
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