> From: <MEovino@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Stick something like this in your ...

Good example, Mike.  Combining CSS style and JavaScript to control
visibility of the user message.

> It works well in IE 6, not so well in Mozilla (if someone
> wants to play around with this).

I've noticed that too.

> Does Mozilla fire the onload event as soon as the page starts to
> load?

I don't think the problem is with the timing of the onload event.  Netscape
just doesn't seem to support the display or visibility attributes of CSS.
At least, I haven't been able to get it to work.  I'm still looking for a
standards compliant way to toggle element visibility on and off in Netscape.

Nathan M. Andelin
www.relational-data.com




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