On Fri, May 10, 2002 at 09:30:16AM +0200, Steve Cook wrote: > If you check the archives you'll see that there was a discussion of this a > couple of months back. However, the main point is that an ID should only > exist once in a layout. So you could have something like > > <p id="title">Main title - style used only once</p> > > <p class="subtitle">Subtitle - used continuously throughout the layout</p> Bad example, not all browsers understand CSS, and not everybody uses browsers that render pages visually. <h1>Main title</h1> and <h2>Subtitle</h2> are much better. <div id="mainmenu">Your menu here</div> and <img class="thumbnail" ...> are possible better examples of id and class. -- David Dorward http://david.us-lot.org/ HTML email is a bit like using coloured paper and glitter ink on a CV.