css problem

  • Sqnik
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi,

can you tell me why it's not working in mozilla?
Code: [ Select ]
.tdtop2
{
font-family: DicotMedium, Verdana, Arial;
color:#000099;
font-weight:bolder;

}


<td class="tdtop2">Name</td>
  1. .tdtop2
  2. {
  3. font-family: DicotMedium, Verdana, Arial;
  4. color:#000099;
  5. font-weight:bolder;
  6. }
  7. <td class="tdtop2">Name</td>


in IE it works without any problems.


thanks
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  • Mas Sehguh
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My crystal ball has been in the shop for the past few weeks. Please show us the problem by giving a URL.
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:)
  • Mas Sehguh
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Your CSS has no ruleset for the class tdtop2 and there are no table cells of class tdtop2. The string "tdtop2" cannot be found in the file.

Browsers do not even have to render your site, and in fact, ones which conform to the XHTML specification will not do so, because your XHTML is syntactically invalid.
  • Sqnik
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sorry but i forgot to write how it looks like.
in IE text has a color (green) different font and different font-size, in mozilla it's default.

if it comes to your reply, i don't understand what should I do? maybe an example - I would be greatfull




thank
  • jzed
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I'm also having problems with CSS working in IE and in Mozilla. Mainly with borders of tables.

Anyone know of a good reference that discusses the differences between the browsers and some work arounds?

thanks
  • Sumen
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such a source of information would be very helpfull to me too
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google search "css browser bugs". Some of the information regarding what works and what doesn't with which can be found on pages returned by this search.

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