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Switching on/off CSS in IE3.x possible?

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Hello,

I'd like to know if there's an on/off procedure for CSS functionality in IE3.x like there is in NN4.x. If so where can I find it--it doesn't seem to be anywhere in my IE3.0.

Thanks,

Jerome
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No because style sheets were not implemented in IE3 as they were developed after IE3 was released.

Steve
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by:shiho
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I understand; I'm just wondering why my styles _are_ being recognized bij IE3....

There must be some connection, therefore. And deducing from this: there _may_ be a way to swith the function on/off through another (non-intended) way.

If you've got any ideas whatsoever, I'd like to hear them.

Thanks already,

Shiho
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