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Issue 89: Style Sheet Formatting is Wrong
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Reported by, Oct 12, 2010
JSGantt Version: 1.2
Browser: Any
OS: Any

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There's some bad formatting in jsgantt.css:

'//' does not denote a comment, use '/*' and '*/'.

'..' means nothing. A class designation starts with a single period '.'.

Many of your definitions are missing the final semi-colon. This can result in the style immediately following being ignored or misread.

It's also good practice that if you're only going to declare one part of a multi-part property, such as 'BORDER-RIGHT: #ffffff;', you should use the specific property name, such as 'BORDER-RIGHT-COLOR: #ffffff;'

After fixing these issues your system worked fine. You might find that fixing these issues helps with other issues you mention in the comments in the .css file.
Dec 17, 2011
Thanks a lot!
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