CSS version question

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    SwordWielder Master of Swords VIP Member

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    I am sort of getting into CSS since i feel more comfortable with HTML now.

    I have seen different versions of CSS, CSS1, CSS2 and CSS3. Which browsers and versions support the different versions of CSS?
     
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    S Walch MAME 0.64 :) VIP Member

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    Opera Supports CSS - 2 (didn't even know there was a 3 O o)

    IE supports CSS - 2

    And Mozilla probably supports them all
     
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    Good question...

    What about Crapscape? I'm sure not all versions of IE and Opera support CSS - 2. :?
     
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    S Walch MAME 0.64 :) VIP Member

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    Opera 7.11 does
     
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    I think this is what he wants:
    • CSS-1 support (IE 3+ / Crapscape 4+ / Opera 3.3+)
    • CSS-2 support (IE 4+ / as for others I'm not sure)
    Crapscape 4 still doesnt support CSS too well.
     
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    SwordWielder Master of Swords VIP Member

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    Thanks for the info. 8)
     
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