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Registered: ‎11-10-2008
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CSS Visibility/ hiding objects

Hello,

 

I'm developing a site which creates a "CSS is currently disabled" message, simply by putting said text within an element styled "display:none;/visibility:hidden;".

 

However, many earlier Blackberry models, whilst supporting partial CSS, do not support either the display or visibility tags. Other cruder methods such as huge negative margins or having the overflow hidden (and the element at say, 1px height) do not work either.

 

Can anyone suggest a way to hide this element, or have it appear conditionally on CSS being disabled?

 

Many thanks,