On Fri, May 10, 2002 at 03:26:26PM +0200, Steve Cook wrote: > > Bad example, not all browsers understand CSS, and not everybody uses > > browsers that render pages visually. > > Nope - but the question asked about the differences between ID and CLASS in > CSS. I picked an example using CSS because the question asked about CSS. And > of course H1 and H2 are better ways of setting up header and subheader but > we could pick hairs all day and never get anywhere. I just digagree with giving examples that use exceptionally bad design principles, its far better to come up with a good example in the first place. > While we're picking hairs, what's so important about your mail that it's > marked with an "important" flag in my mail program?? That's a particularly > irritating habit on a mailing list. Your message is no more or less > important than any other in this thread. Its not marked as an imporant message in my mail program. -- David Dorward http://david.us-lot.org/ HTML email is a bit like using coloured paper and glitter ink on a CV.