Aardvark wrote: >avoid the use of "!important"... it can override custom user settings, >which means if i have a custom CSS file for surfing the web >because i have vision problems, you're style may override it... >i'm trying to find proof of this back me up, but i'm having no luck... if >anyone else can chime in that, i'd appreciate it... True. A designer style sheet with an !important will override a user style sheet for with a similar declaration. However, if the user has an !important it will override the designers !important. hth Mark 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.