Sent by Joseph A Nagy Jr Enterprises on 16 January 2003 07:07
I am tasked with creating a web site whose main audience is deaf
seniors. I'm looking to make the website as fluid as possible using a
pure CSS presentation but the site must still look decent in Netscape 4.5+
My problem is that I only have Mozilla (1.2.1 and 1.3a) and Netscape
4.78. Alot of the CSS in the 2.1 spec is not supported by Moz (anything
in the Visual Formatting model isn't supported in my exp). I could
possibly install Opera 6.x, but it's CSS support is much worse.
I do not have any other computers available for testing, either. Any
idea's on what I can do?
Joseph A Nagy Jr
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