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Any decently-designed CSS site will degrade to be viewable in a non-CSS browser. Any that don't simply aren't nicely designed, and aren't true to the spirit of CSS.

The problems come when websites *partially* support CSS, and that's very difficult to get round. Perhaps all browsers should come with a "Switch off CSS" option.

 is a RISC OS Usermoss on 30/8/04 3:06PM
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