Examples of relative dating techniques

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A few examples of such lies are presented at the very bottom of this page.

For each dating or chronological method there is a link in the box at right to take you to that section of this page.

Internet Explorer particularly has a problem with background-colors: So what do you do if you want a more customised look to your forms?

The extra div wouldn't be necessary if it weren't for one particular browser. As evidenced on Bugzilla, how to style legends with the Gecko rendering engine is a bit of a thorny issue.UPDATE: following on from comments by Thierry Koblenz, I have written an update to this article.The techniques described below will still work in different browsers, but the new article explains how it can be achieved with a little less mark-up.In fact, as a lot of people disregard fieldsets and legends and their associated accessibility and usability features due to their stubborn resistance to styling, the additional markup means we're not sacrificing those aspects any more for the design. In place of fieldset and legend we're going to use generic respectively.We use a span inside the legend because legends can only contain inline content.

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