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    Netscape <hr/> 's in Mozzy

    Is it possible to color my <hr/>'s in Mozilla, I'm testing in Moz 1.0 and my - usually #730 - rules are that boring grey...

    Also I'm finding these test reply boxes squished, what's that all about?
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    background-color: Blah;

    For example, if you want a red hr, try this for Mozilla:

    <html>
    <head>
    <title>HR style Example</title>
    </head>
    <body>
    <br />
    <hr style="background-color: #ff0000;" align="center" size="3" width="500" />
    <br />
    </body>
    </html>

    Any help?
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    Indeed it does, although it needs a noshade thrown in otherwise it looks weird.

    Is it possible to specify noshade in CSS or must I put it in every <hr/> tag?
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    Originally posted by mouse
    Is it possible to specify noshade in CSS or must I put it in every <hr/> tag?
    Hiya mouse, good question. The noshade attribute has been deprecated - so yes, you should use styles instead. Darned if I know how though, but there must be a CSS equivalent???

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    Mozzy users will be stuck with grey rule's then, the 3D coloured ones look bad in Mozilla 1.0 and IE doesn't need noshade specifying when color is set.
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    border-style: solid;
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