On Friday 02 Jul 2004 05:38, Curtis Clark wrote:
> 1. Is it even worth accounting for NS 6, or should I just let the
> occasional NS 6 user see a very broken (but still more or less usable)
I'd say probably don't worry about it, unless you have a lot of Netscape 6
users hitting your site. Sure, fix it if you can, but don't lose sleep over
it. Netscape 6 is buggy to say the least, so with any luck most NS6 users
are using NS7 by now, although I wouldn't want to place a bet on that! if
the content is accessible, it'll be OK.
> 2. Any hints on where I should look first to isolate the problem?
Hmm... as I don't have NS6 installed anywhere, I can't really help.
Personally, I wouldn't worry about it too much, since Netscape 6 is a dead
This is the approach I take to all older major versions of minority browsers -
the thinking being that since the user has already decided to use something
other than a mainstream browser, with any luck they'll have also decided to
stay up to date with it, at least to the current major version number. (For
example, I don't worry about Opera lower than version 7.)
But, I'm sure I could be wrong and feel the wrath of the occasional NS6
Anyone know what major/minor version of Netscape the AOL browser is based on?
I think it's 7.x, but I'm not at all certain?
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