Cheers Tony, Just installed a trial version to check it out again and some of the CSS is run, but the text size in design view is smaller than in DW3 and editing the pt of a text style and changing it back left me with patches of large and small text across an area that was set to the same style. I've also discovered that CSS is not run from a template were again previously it was. So designing utilising templates is also out the window. It seems such a backward step. All my sites look pants in DWMX at design time because the css is not running properly. As a WYSIWYG editor I think thats a major letdown. Guess I'll stick to DW3 were CSS is fine. All in all this release has took a major step backwards when it comes to CSS. Maybe it was the same in DW4 I never tried that version. Unless there's some patch released or some checkbox buried deep within the guts that needs checking then I think I'll give this one a miss. Darren Yates dn at dittodesign.co.uk http://dittodesign.co.uk 0161 281 1190 ----- Original Message ----- From: "Tony Page" <zamba at zamba.com> To: <thelist at lists.evolt.org> Sent: Thursday, July 25, 2002 1:54 AM Subject: RE: [thelist] Dreamweaver MX and CSS > Hmm, not sure about pre-release, seem to remember it worked for me. In > any event, it all works now, although I did upgrade to Topstyle 3 from > topstyle lite (supplied). MWMX is worth the upgrade, especially if you > go with Fwand Flash as well (goodish deal for the Studio upgrade), > although not all the extensions from ultradev work apparently (they seem > to be working on this though). > > HTH, > > Tony > > Tony Page > webmaster at acmp.com.au > > -- > For unsubscribe and other options, including > the Tip Harvester and archive of thelist go to: > http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !