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    As I mentioned in my reply to Kevin's questions about websites, I''ve been playing about here trying to put together a site of my own. Much more messing with CSS stylesheets than content at the moment.

    Are there any of you out there who are using browsers OTHER than Firefox 2.0.0.1 or Internet Explorer version 6, (I have both of them) and could look at a web page for me to make sure it displays correctly?
    Ian

    Scrolling with a Dewalt 788

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    Does IE 7 count?
    Mia

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      Yes, Mia - I assume that anything that works in IE6 should work in IE7 - but that could well be a foolish assumption knowing Microsoft. Some of their upgrades appear to be downgrades... and they're not renowned for sticking to HTML standards
      Ian

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      • #4
        I would say forget IE7 until they get the bugs out of it. Maybe a few years ? ? Been there. . . Done that and switched back to IE6
        If anyone wants more info on that you could PM me.
        W.Y
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