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Welcome to the CSS1 GUIDE!November, 2001
(C)opyright 1998-2001, By Geoff Knagge
You are free to copy, mirror or otherwise publish this guide on the condition that you provide credit to me by name, and preferably with a link to, or the address of, this site.
This is intended as a guide only. Although I have worked closely with the specification while I made this guide, it should not be considered as official documentation of the CSS Level 1 specification. I cannot, and do not, guarantee that this guide is free from errors.
What this guide coversBasically, this guide is written for Cascading Style Sheets, Level 1. Although, at the time of writing, Level 2 was available, all of the features were not widely supported. CSS1 is supported by Netscape 4, IE 3 and newer versions of these and other browsers. It is advisable to keep this in mind when writing for CSS1, to ensure most people can view your pages in a reasonable form.
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