on 8/21/02 5:28 PM, Tom Dell'Aringa at [EMAIL-REMOVED] mumbled something
> I agree with Nik wholeheartedly. Sure, its far from perfect. But here
> is a very commercial site at least attempting to go in the right
> direction. At MACCAWS, this is the type of thing we hope to
> accomplish to start with - get companies moving that way. In time, it
> will get better. You can't expect them to move from where they are
> now to the kind of full blown CSS layouts we do, not going to happen
> in the real world.
I'd have to agree.
No, it's not perfect. However, they did the crucial thing - they eschewed
brick-wall-safe tables, font tags, all Flash, whatever, for the sake of
using CSS. Where I come from, that's a ballsy move. Yes, they got a few
things wrong - but let's face it, this list is the absolute upper limit of
CSS "correctness", the bleeding edge - we can't criticize people in the real
world for not landing everything spot-on every time, to the same standard
And yeah, it bothers me too that... well, that none of the footer links are
CLICKABLE AT ALL in IE 5 Mac... but they tried, right?
If nothing else, I'm very impressed by the cleanness of the code... whoever
wrote this has a hierarchical mind to rival a computer. Look at it! It's
nested perfectly! *shakes head*
- Brandon Oto