__/ [Toby Inkster] on Friday 09 September 2005 01:09 \__
> Amos E Wolfe wrote:
>> I like the fact that (in Firefox anyway) you can select another
>> stylesheet by selecting View, Page Style, and selecting the other
>> stylesheet. In the
>> header it is linked as <link rel="Alternate stylesheet"...> - is there
>> any way to make this selectable by the user clicking on a link?
Why not just register with Slashdot or enable cookies? User customisation is
rather simple that way. You may even be able to provide your own
> So Firefox supports alternate style sheets now? Last time I tried
> it out seriously, it didn't; though Mozilla proper did. Most browser
> implementations of alternate style sheets so far have been pretty
> dumb though. Click on a link and you're back to the old style sheet.
> D'oh! Even the grand and venerable Opera suffers from this indecorum.
This seemed to have worked with Firefox last time I tired. I looked at the
> A decent, useful alternative stylesheet mechanism still needs
> a cookie-based implementation, with either client- or server-side
> scripting. Anything else is a mere parlour trick.
Totally agreed. Time will mend this.
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