Michele et al, I should've mentioned that this work is on a secure intranet, so I cannot point you to it. I've made some progress, though. The mention of classes was a red herring. The problem is that some of the table cells contain forms, and Netscape seems to have trouble with *some* of these forms. Perhaps someone can give me the lowdown on Netscape and forms within tables. Thanks. -David ====================================== David, Can we see what you have in your CSS file for the three classes indicated. Or a URL. That may help to narrow down the problem. Michele ----- Original Message ----- From: "David Shadovitz" <david_shadovitz at xontech.com> | The classes are defined in an external style sheet. The main purpose of | the data0 and data1 classes is to set the background color. Users | report that the "data1" rows look fine, but the "data0" rows are | invisible - there's no data, and the rows' background color is the same | as the page's background color. If these users view the page's source | code, it looks fine.