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<H1>The Uses of font-variant</H1>
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The property <CODE>font-variant</CODE> is very interesting...
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Because Explorer will read in both style sheets, it will use thecascade to determine which rules should actually be applied. Ifyou've ordered things correctly, and the imported style sheetcomes after the linked style sheet, its rules will win out over therules in the linked style sheet.

Therefore, Explorer will use the styles fromimport-styles.css. Navigator, on the other hand,won't even read the styles that are supposed to be imported, soit will only have the styles from link-styles.css