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    Junior Member deweydesigns's Avatar
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    hello all,

    alright i have 2 variations of a few of the same divs for ie and everything else. how do i keep them in the same stylesheet? can/how do i use the 'if ie' 'end if' thing? i've used seperate stylesheets before that were targeted by php.. the php also detected the browser.. i would like to avoid all that if at all possible and just use the .htm extention and not the .php extention..

    .. also i need to be able to use the 'if ie' 'end if' thing in an external stylesheet and not in the header of the htm page..


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    Senior Member karinne's Avatar
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    You shouldn't have 2 separate stylesheet for browsers. That era is done and gone.

    If it's because the site doesn't look the same from IE to Firefox or Opera, give us the link to your site and tell us what the problem is and chances are, there's a few tweaking things to be done to make it work.
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