Hi thanks for fast response, I actually put that slash in to try, but its not working either way. It's wierd because if i replace the main .css with one of the IE stylesheets they work fine, so it must be something in the above code. I'm placing it in the <HEAD> of the page which i believe is correct?
hhmmm just uploaded that new order, still not working in IE6 or 7 ... very odd.. I thought at first I had named the .css files incorrectly, but they work indepenently if i put them as the main css.... its really strange! I have a seperate pc to test IE6 and also using software called IETester to test ie7, but theyrte not picking up the style sheets at all.....
Thats very interesting, thanks, yeah that does change the backgroung correctly, but the actual css in the attached stylesheet doesnt kick in. Maybe i should just put the entire css where you have placed the background color css. Seems strange though. I'll have a look and see if that works!
I have tried the above, its works but then what about any browser outside of IE. If i add the default style sheet it over rules everything else... Nightmare, still can't see why just the follwoing code won't settle this
This now works in IE8 , 7 and 6, but obviously not in any other browser as i have taken that last main.css link out... So now i need to tell the browser to load the main.css if its not Internet explorer? any ideas?