On Tue, May 07, 2002 at 12:28:43AM +1000, Karen J. Bowen wrote: > David Dorward wrote: > >When validating the CSS I found your real problem. Unlike Internet > >Explorer, Mozilla does a good job at following standards. Your server > >is configured to send the .css files with a content/mime type of > >"text/plain". As far as Mozilla is concerned that isn't a style > >sheet. You need to reconfigure the server to send with a mime type of > >text/css > > Wow. It's true - I stuck the stylesheet straight into the html, et > viola! The page in all its technicolour glory. :-) > > So, yep, Christopher, if you're on a host server, get 'em to change the > mime type as David says above. > > David - how did you know that about the server config?? Usually I would download the file with wget (http://wget.sunsite.dk - best downloader in the world, available for *nix & Windows) but in this case the CSS validator at http://w3.org/ complained about it (And I knew about the problem due to excessive amounts of time spent in nntp://comp.infosystems.www.authoring.stylesheets). -- David Dorward http://david.us-lot.org/ HTML email is a bit like using coloured paper and glitter ink on a CV.