“Although Cascading Style Sheets Level 1, has been only partially implemented by browser vendors, the W3C is moving forward with development. The Cascading Style Sheets and Formatting Properties Working Group of the W3C has published the next level of style-sheet specification called, logically enough, Cascading Style Sheets level 2 in May 1998. Illogically enough, both Netscape and Microsoft Internet Explorer attempt to support some of the CSS2 features, even though they do not completely support all CSS1 features yet. This is an overview of the goodies found in CSS2, of which there are many. Some of them already have an established status, but some are quite undiscovered although they have become more interesting since the release of Netscape 6.”