Re: TECH: CSS (was: Re: Chelume - My Conlang website up.)
|From:||Christophe Grandsire <christophe.grandsire@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, January 13, 2004, 20:57|
En réponse à Muke Tever :
>I have learned just recently that Opera (and apparently also Mozilla, and
>maybe IE) use a "quirks mode" to display CSS 'broken' (i.e., broken in the
>way that people composing it on browsers with broken CSS expected it to
>look), and that the !doctype tag is necessary in your document to signal
>that you expect it to display properly.
I had a correct doctype...
>You can use this bookmarklet:
>in Opera to show whether the page shown is in quirks mode or not.
Actually, I realise that my sentence was ungrammatical now, but I meant
that the CSS was ignored *both* in IE and Opera.
>I havnt tested how compatibility modes work, nor do I know whether you
>tried it, but it's possible that this may have contributed to your
>problem. [Although I spose on rereading this now that 'completely
>ignoring' the CSS may be a sign of a different kind of problem...]
Especially since IE also suffered of it.
You need a straight mind to invent a twisted conlang.