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css overflow validation problem

Posted on 2006-11-20
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Hi

I'm having problems getting this line of css validated...

overflow: -moz-scrollbars-vertical !important;

This is what I get back...

Invalid number : overflow Parse Error - -moz-scrollbars-vertical !important

Can anyone please help?

Thanks

Johnny

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Steggs earned 250 total points
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Hello again,

-moz styles are specific to mozilla only. They were made by mozilla for mozilla. They are not part of the w3 spec, and so, they won't validate.

see http://www.eightlines.com/neil/mozskin/csscommands.html

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thanks steggs;)
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