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RE: [css-d] Divergence between compliant browsers

Sent by Rieselbach, Erik on 29 January 2002 12:12

Jason Ogle asks: "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 can see your point with something like Opera, which is relatively little
used and has horrendous support for CSS, but Mozilla's implementation of CSS
is the best available, and it thus makes a good testing platform for those
of us who want our code to be up to standard. While your code may do what
you want it to in IE today, if it breaks in Mozilla, there's a pretty good
chance it will eventually break in IE too, as the latter comes more into
line with the W3's specs. Additionally, coding for Moz/NS has the advantage
of teaching you how to write correct CSS!



Erik Rieselbach
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