Thanks for that. I know and use their (much shorter) safe list:

I do use styles to get rid of font face color from throughout my pages
although I try and use small and big for font sizes. Anything more
sophisticated than that seems to cause all sorts of problems. (View in more than one browser for a
couple of simple examples of oddities.)

Thanks to all for the tip on broken html - syntax errors can always mislead.

I guess I'll just have to cope with the real world :-)


At 19:56 16/07/2000 +0100, Chris Withers wrote:
>Neil Burnett wrote:
>> 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 find the following page really useful:
>It lists exactly what does and doesn't work in CSS on all the major
>Of course Luis made a very valid point, validate your HTML first before
>you worry about CSS. I find Dreamweaver 3's checks for browser
>compatability quite useful here as well.
>Of course, nothing beats plain checking all your pages on loads of
>different browsers ;-)

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