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As I struggle with the endless battle to make my templates more cross browser compliant I have discovered that the default ccs should not have underscores in class names,

class names cannot contain underscores (_). They also cannot start with a dash or a digit.
See http://www.idocs.com/...ter_famsupp_200.html

(.menu_links -> .menu-links, .subcat_links -> .subcat-links, etc.)

So for those of us that are endless perfectionists, and are having difficulty with browser compliance, keep in mind that Internet Explorer is very forgiving… the others… well they are all butt heads.
Just thought I would pass it along.

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Re: [jgkiefer] CSS Display In reply to
Interesting... Though, I've yet to see any browsers (well at least IE, Netscape, and Mozilla don't) that have problems with it.

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Re: [brewt] CSS Display In reply to
Netscape 3.0 to 4.6 (at least on PC) has trouble interpreting the underscore classes in CSS files.

Also, earlier versions of Opera also have problems interpreting underscores in CSS files.

Buh Bye!


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Heckler: Nov 18, 2001, 7:52 PM