I've been working on producing a re-design of an existing site:
The aim is to produce a style-sheet driven site with structural XHTML.
That also has a high level of accessibility.
I've checked the site in IE 5.5, 6.0, Opera 7.0 on PC and IE5.2,
Safari, Netscape 7.0 and Netscape 4.7 (looks OK there, might do some
more to tidy it up a bit) on the mac.
So, I'm really looking for people with IE5.0 PC and more esoteric
browsers to just give it a whirl if they have minute. I've already
noticed that the fieldset is showing in opera 7.0 (I'm trying to hide
it). Apart from that any other formatting issues people notice would be
Also, the original site was over 1500 pages of hard coded HTML of
varying quality. A lot of the lower level pages were changed using a
combination of GREP and HTML Tidy so there are still some presentation
uses of tables on some lower level pages that I haven't been able to
deal with yet.
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