Martin, they probably locked out opera because it doesn't support DOM and dhtml well (at all??). Opera for example doesn't change style properties when you dynamically change an objects class (particularly if it includes CSS display commands) > I think one of the most appalling part of this is that their > excuse is that > the locked out browsers "don't support W3C standards", which would > be fine if it were locking out most IE versions and Netscape 4, but to > lock out Opera? > > Behave. > This email may be confidential and contain commercially sensitive information. Only the intended recipient may access or use it. If you are not the intended recipient please delete this email and notify us promptly. We use virus scanning software but exclude all liability for viruses or similar in this email or any attachment.