<link rel="Stylesheet" rev="Stylesheet" href="owcannotseethis.css" type="text/css" media="Screen">instead of
<link rel="Stylesheet" rev="Stylesheet" href="owcanseethis.css" type="text/css" media="screen">. (More information in CodeBitch column from November 18, 2002.)
paddi\ng:1em. See Edwardson Tan’s test page for more information. Note that any character escaping within a stylesheet hides the whole stylesheet from Netscape 4. This works for all version 4 builds of OmniWeb, and also hides CSS from iCab and Safari.
Important note: OmniWeb 4.5 implements a huge number of improvements to CSS support, due to the incorporation of the WebCore framework also used in Safari. In terms of its standards support, OmniWeb 4.5 should be considered as a completely different browser to previous versions. See the Notes on Safari for details of bugs and quirks in OmniWeb 4.5.
smallas in Internet Explorer, not as the standard specifies.
margin-rightproperties, OmniWeb does not center block elements using standard CSS methods.
α, only the numeric equivalents.
exunits? Certainly with borders.
LI, which was not supported until after 4.1 beta 2, and can sometimes activate other bugs. Assessments of OmniWeb support of selectors should be based on font color, not background color. (Similarly, dotted and dashed borders should not be used to test other capabilities such as workaround hacks and selectors.)
text-align, at least, do not inherit into the tables, while
font-styledoes inherit in. This is effectively the same problem as Netscape 4 has.
Qelements, but don’t support the
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