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Please take a look at the source to see what CSS styles I applied.

Here is the link: Back to the FAQ page

Here now is the table with the border:

The non-scrolling BODY style:
... and that shows a background-image in the center of the <BODY> element, non-scrolling and non-repeating - in IE or NN6. NN 4.xx gets the non-repeat-part right, but stuffs the picture in the upper left corner and scrolls happily everafter...
ps: In NN4.xx, the text inside this table is rendered in Default font, because on this example page only the BODY has a font specified - and NN4.xx has problems with inheritance. Read more about that in the section: Fonts and Inheritance

Justified text: Note that NN 4.xx has problems with the inheritance of styles; that some NN4.xx browser have a funny way to interpret "justify"; and that you have to have at least one blank space between the last character and the </p> tag, because otherwise NN 4.xx likes to justify even a three word half-sentence... also, some browsers do a pretty ugly job of rendering justified text, adding spaces between words, instead of spaces between letters, as with word-processing programs.

These are two Horizontal Rules:

The <div> 'rule'

Matt's Horizontal Rule

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