My question is this... Is 'LINK'ing a stylesheet required before 'IMPORT'ing another for successful hovering? I have a problem which cropped up with the introduction of IE 7 Beta 2... ALL the hovering on my web site doesn't work in IE 7 B2 ! ! ! I'm not looking for a solution... I'm asking if there is some REQUIREMENT for linking stylesheets before subsequently importing others... this works in IE 7 B2... http://Sandbox.SeaPlusPlus.net/hover.html this doesn't in IE 7 B2... http://Sandbox.SeaPlusPlus.net/nohover.html The difference in the two is I've commmented out the line... <link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href="css/xreaderbasic.css" /> This stylesheet, redundantly, specifies a subset of the the 'a:' stuff that exists in the 'IMPORT'ed stylesheet. Thank you... Rich
bill hill wrote:
Oh, BTW, I'd much prefer to post in justified text - but the justification in this edit window sucks big-time because there's no hyphenation. Without hyphenation, justification is totally unjustified.
You bring back memories of when (30 years ago) I debugged computer photo-typsetting equipment; this presented a problem since the programming was in hardware.
While justifying a line, first letter-spacing would be applied to the total characters which would fit (to a point) then space-band expansion would be applied. This would be more complicated when hyphenation was turned on. Of course the rules of hyphenation used were only accurate about 90% of the time.
OBTW, One space after periods, question marks, and exclamation points for proportional fonts is the correct usage, period.
Two can play at that game...