It's alive ... it's ALIVE!And now I finally understand why so many designers are so frustrated with Netscape 4.7. I mean, I stick in a style sheet that has four, count 'em, FOUR items. Font family, color, link, and that's IT. I test it and it looks like everything is OK, so I put it up.The sucker breaks on paragraphs?Seriously, as long as I use the DD command to note paragraphs (which is very bad HTML, although I note that Netscape 6 no longer has the little hissyfit it used to), it's fine. Happy as a clam. Throw a BR code in there? No problemo! Stick a little LI out there? Happy to oblige! Stick a P in there? The font-family declaration breaks.Mozilla, meanwhile, is perfectly happy to handle the font-family, but thinks there's an extra cell in the logo section of the table in the archives section, for no reason that I can find. Netscape 6 thinks the same thing, which I suppose makes sense. Not that any of it makes sense.I could, I swear, fall in love with Opera 5.But every single one of them handles the font-family declaration across paragraph breaks except Netscape 4.7. Bleah.