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Cascading Style Sheets: The Definitive Guide by Eric A. Meyer

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Appendix C. CSS1 Properties

This appendix lists all CSS1 properties, plus the CSS1 pseudo-elements and pseudo-classes. The values to the right of a property name show the browser compatibility information for that property. They will look something like this:

IE4 Y/N | IE5 Y/Y | NN4 N/N | Op3 Y/-

The browsers listed are:

NN4

Netscape Navigator 4

IE4

Internet Explorer 4 (IE4.5 for Macintosh)

IE5

Internet Explorer 5

Op3

Opera 3.6

The first value in each pair is for the Windows version; the second value is for the Macintosh version. (Sorry, Macintosh folks, but we are in the minority.) For instance, IE4 Y/N means that the property is supported in IE4 for Windows, but not IE4 for Macintosh. The possible support values are:

Y

Supported

N

Not Supported

P

Partial Support (may mean that some values are supported and others are not)

Q

Quirky Support (close to the letter of the specification)

B

Buggy Support (may mangle display, or even crash the browser)

-

Not Applicable (browser doesn’t exist)

For more detailed information about browser support, including notes on the support ratings, see Appendix D.

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