CSS and Tables

Can anyone give me an understanding of how to get fonts in a table to work in Netscape using CSS?
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netscape doesnt appear to support the STYLE attribute of TABLE, TR or TD - you could try using <P STYLE="..."> in each cell - but that will probably screw up your formatting

in most of my development - i use CSS where it works reliably in both browsers and standard <FONT> tags everywhere else - the CSS support by both IE and Netscape is infamously poor at present!
The answer is the Netscape SUPPORTS CSS in table but with a trick. You have to create a style named (eg) .mystyle{bla' bla;}
Then, use the following line in order to "activate" the style:

<TD class=mystyle>Your Text</TD>
It works for me (www.samos.aegean.gr/icsd)!


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