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RE: [css-d] Divergence between compliant browsers

Sent by Jason A. Ogle on 29 January 2002 11:11


Jeffrey or whoever,

I hear a lot about designing for the Mozilla browser, but I don't know
anybody that uses it. My understanding was that more
designers/developers concerned with web standards would be using this
particular browser than a consumer-based target audience.

Anybody can chime in on this really, but I was wondering if we should be
overly concerned with how our work renders on Mozilla?

I know that I might offend some faithful Mozilla users, but I'm not
talking against it, because I've never used it.

Thank you.

P.s. Jeffrey, it's good to see you on this list. Thank you for your
contributions to the purpose of this list.

 :-:-:-   jason a. ogle
:-:-:-  creative director
 :-:-:-  www.zol.com

> -----Original Message-----
> From: [EMAIL-REMOVED] 
> [EMAIL-REMOVED]] On Behalf Of Jeffrey Zeldman
> Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2002 8:07 AM
> To: [EMAIL-REMOVED]
> Subject: [css-d] Divergence between compliant browsers
> 
> 
> 
> Eric's fine article 
> (http://developer.netscape.com/evangelism/docs/articles/img-table/) 
> is helpful and was needed, but in illuminating a difference in CSS 
> interpretation between Mozilla and IE, it raises troubling practical 
> questions.
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