Thanks to the team for the work on lists :-)
has a number of demonstrations of the variations you can get using CSS
lists, complete with clearly laid out source code. NetSurf does pretty
well :-) The lack of hover: support means that some don't appear as
browsers the ability to do rollover effects, which otherwise require JS.
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Anyone know what causes NetSurf to eat CPU for several minutes before giving
up with a "Warning: stylesheet is not CSS" on www.direct.gov.uk pages such as
http://www.direct.gov.uk/Motoring/OwningAVehicle/Mot/fs/en I've heard of the
cackiness of this site before.
David J. Ruck Phone: +44- (0)7974 108301 Email: druck(a)druck.org.uk
On 6 Nov 2006 as I do recall,
James Bursa wrote:
> Here's a summary of changes in the last two weeks:
> + Support added for absolute positioned inlines.
> + Lists rewritten and improved.
> + Numbered lists implemented.
It is far better to be deceived than to be undeceived by those we love.
On 2 Nov 2006, Richard Porter <ricp(a)minijem.plus.com> wrote:
> I'm getting low memory errors when trying to download an 11.06MB jpeg
> image. There's plenty of free memory. I tried increasing the wimpslot
> but that didn't help. It got to 99% and then gave up. The image was
> downloaded OK by Fresco:
Try clicking select-shift on the link, to download the jpg file, without
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Yesterday evening I looked at the Welsh Highland Railway site
which Netsurf presents beautifully, but ...
there are literally hundreds of pictures on the site and looking at all of
them would involve quitting and reloading Netsurf many times.
David Wild using RISC OS on broadband