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Re: [css-d] What happened to design?

Sent by Chris Kaminski on 28 January 2002 11:11


Andrew I. Mutch wrote:

> Being in libraries myself, I can attest that the other big issue is your
> need to support such a wide range of browsers with a consistent interface.
> Netscape 4 is still widely used in libraries for OPACs and Internet
> access. That means a lot of sites designed with CSS2 won't display in
> their full glory in Netscape 4.



If you're careful about what you're doing and don't get /too/ bent up 
about perfection, you can get pretty darn close to the same thing in 
NN4.x and the rest o' the browsers:

<http://www.function.de/test/southafricatour/>
<http://www.einfach-fuer-alle.de/>

<http://www.aktion-mensch.de/>


The latter two degrade a bit, but well within reason IMHO. Both 
validate, modulo a character encoding declaration (won't have control 
over the sever's http headers and would rather not watch NN4.x choke b/c 
I included it, thankyouverymuch :-).

BTW, if anyone sees anything untoward--especially at the first URL 
(broken links excepted, as it's still under development)--I'd love to 
hear what you're using and what the problem is so I can fix it.

ck



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