When you are viewing your innerHTML page, you are seeing the text as it is currently rendered, while the stylesheet you are trying to use is rendered as it is currently loaded. This may seem obvious, but it can be a bit confusing.
I know that the innerHTML tag is rendered before the stylesheet, so it doesn’t make much difference in this case, but it’s something to keep in mind the next time you’re seeing your page as it renders.
I could use a bit more help with the innerHTML tag, but this is the basic idea. I’ve used it in the past, but never had any real problems (other than that the pages sometimes sometimes didn’t render correctly in IE).
The issue is that IE is not a good browser. That is, it doesn’t render the innerHTML content fully. If you put a lot of html content in it, it may not render correctly.
This is an issue that IE is not so good at handling. There is an easy fix for this. IE’s rendering engine is called “DOM” and it is a part of Internet Explorer. The problem is, IE doesn’t have its own rendering engine, so it renders the DOM instead.
I have no idea what you mean by “body text.
The innerHTML is usually the text that is inside the .
What you should have in your innerHTML is some html code enclosed in another html code. For example, you could put an tag inside a