Tony K Bounds wrote: > Is there a way to dynamically assign a style sheet according to the browser > and client type? I seem to remember seeing some js snippets somewhere that > could do this. I just don't remember where. > > TIA, Hi Tony, and here's another solution, though maybe Eric's is simplier. I just finished taking a css class at SmartPlanet and "discovered" the body border attribute. Unfortunately, it only works well in IE4+ (well, it would work in NN, I think, but I'm applying a background repeat-y and the two together get totally screwed up). So .... this one talks about platforms, too. There are four choices: Windows/IE and NN, and Mac/IE and NN/ So, I made two style sheets and just linked IE to one, and the three others to the other one (w/out the border). Yep, it all goes in the heading. Just did this tonight, so its "hot off the press", and a little scary that maybe it works right for me but not the rest of the world. ;) If anyone sees anything weird, please let me know. You can get to the code through the link to my home page in my signature, right below. Donna ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Donna Jones Home Site: http://www.westendwebs.com Have you been to the hunger site ( http://thehungersite.com/ ) today?