2.2.25 [HTML] Section 14.3.1, Preferred and alternate style sheets

V0091:

The specification states:

 The author may specify that one of the alternates is a preferred style sheet. User 
 agents should apply the author's preferred style sheet unless the user has selected 
 a different alternate.

All Document Modes (Internet Explorer 7)

Alternate style sheets are not supported.

V0092:

The specification states:

 Authors may group several alternate style sheets (including the author's preferred 
 style sheets) under a single style name. When a user selects a named style, the 
 user agent must apply all style sheets with that name. User agents must not apply 
 alternate style sheets with a different style name.

All Document Modes (Internet Explorer 7)

Alternate style sheets are not supported.

V0093:

The specification states:

 Authors may also specify persistent style sheets that user agents must apply in 
 addition to any alternate style sheet.

All Document Modes (Internet Explorer 7)

Alternate style sheets are not supported.

V0094:

The specification states:

 User agents should also allow users to disable the author's style sheets entirely,
  in which case the user agent must not apply any persistent or alternate style 
 sheets.

All Document Modes (Internet Explorer 7)

The user cannot disable the author’s style sheets.

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