I'm designing for a *web* site. I'm not designing a business card. If
I plan for people to print it out, I can create a style sheet for that.
I design for greatest usability and accessibility, if possible,
checking on the PC platform and Mac platform in a number of browsers
on each, but it's still for the web, not for print. What other people
would I be designing for?
I don't see your point.
On Aug 11, 2009, at 7:33 AM, Michal Suchanek wrote:
> 2009/8/11 Theresa Mesa [EMAIL-REMOVED]>:
>> But...the web isn't print. So, unless I'm creating a separate style
>> for print, I really don't care how it looks for other people.
> Then you can as well draw a picture, print it out, and stick it to
> your wall. Or put plain text files on your site, no need to bother
> with those angular HTML tags or styles. Or put Illustrator files
> there. The fact that 90% people cannot open them should not stop you -
> you don't care how it looks for them, do you?
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