On 22.Aug.02 01:39 Gary Bland wrote
> The site is also broken in IE6 if you refuse activeX. The site seem to
> represent everything not to do.
Well, I think that's a bit harsh, building XHTML/CSS sites in the
commercial world is not (yet) an easy thing to do. I do agree, that
there is a certain lack of attention to detail as regards users that
arrive at the site with anything but IE6 or Mozilla with everything
switched on, but then again that may be fine with them and may represent
a large enough chunk of their target group.
I don't see the point of laying into this site as an example of "bad
everything", because I have definitely seen far worse, they have gone at
least some of the way towards standards-compliant coding and I happen to
think that they did a very fine job with their CSS, which - unless I'm
way off base here - is the sole topic of choice in this list.
Anyway, I dug the site and learned a css trick or two from there. Good
enough for me...