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    display:none is this good to use?

    Is it ok to use display:none ? To what extent is it supported?
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    According to RichInStyle's bug table it's even supported by NN4 and IE4.
    http://www.richinstyle.com/bugs/table.html

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    However, in Netscape 4 and in Opera 6 (!), this must be set at runtime, and can't be changed thereafter.

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    Shouldn't that be:
    However, in Netscape 4 and in Opera 6 (!), this must be set at designtime, and can't be changed thereafter.

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    "runtime" meaning when the page loads and renders initial layout... By using "designtime", you're suggesting the value of the display attribute was hard-coded into the page.

    But the value used could instead be the result of a conditional statement, in which case the browser decides the value at runtime.

    Unless of course you had tongue in cheek...


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