Double Vision – Give the Browsers CSS They Can Digest
Some but not all browsers support CSS2. You can deliberately code your website so that users of either kind of browser will see pages that are appropriate for what their browser can handle. Older browsers won't gag, but you will still be able to take advantage of what you can do with CSS2 in the newer browsers. Read on to find out how.
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When surfing the Web, one might encounter websites that look completely different in Microsoft Internet Explorer and Firefox/Opera. We don’t mean websites with bugs, or ones that were developed for MSIE only. We’re talking about websites deliberately showing a different style in the two of them. One example would be this CSSZengarden submission: (http://www.csszengarden.com/?cssfile=http://icant.co.uk/zen/sample.css).
Netscape 4 does not grasp the @import directive and applies basic.css exclusively. More modern browsers also read advanced.css and overwrite or re-use what has been defined in basic.css. The same can be done today for yet a newer breed of browser. This can be achieved in several ways.