21.1 Deciding whether to use CSS
With respect to CSS style sheets for your project,
you can do any of the following:
an existing style sheet for Mif2Go to use.
Mif2Go create a new style sheet based on
formats and configuration settings.
a style sheet at run time, according to the browser in use.
not to use CSS at all.
If the HTML output you produce will be viewed
with a browser that offers CSS support (which most Web
browsers do these days), CSS is the better way to manage presentation,
compared to <font> tags and such. On
the other hand, CSS is implemented somewhat inconsistently among different
browsers. You might have to provide several cascading style sheets, to
be automatically selected from at run time; and you can spend an amazing
If you are creating in-house HTML documents,
use whatever works with local browsers.
If you are creating XHTML output for the Web,
Netscape Navigator 7 and Mozilla ignore your CSS files.
The default is for Mif2Go to use CSS for standard HTML and
for HTML-based Help, and to create a style sheet for you, based on the
formats in your FrameMaker document; see §21.4 Specifying CSS file
and link options.
To look at your page in different browsers, using
a Web-based method:
To see a table of differences among browser implementations:
For a set of links to everything you might want
to know about CSS:
§21.5 Understanding how CSS
affects other options
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