At 12:24 -0400 6/14/02, Ira S. Mark wrote:
>Thanks for the link. Only one small issue in a long list of very
>interesting responses.Am I right,Eric, that the point about
>out-dated no-one's-heard-of browsers is that programmers should be
>concentrating on standards not quirks.
That was basically my point, yes. It can be instructive to test
one's designs in Mosaic 1.1, but how many people do? I definitely
think that having a number of different browsers on-hand to test with
is a good thing, but I also think they ought to be browsers that
people actually use. So far as I know, nobody surfs the Web with
Dreamweaver's "Preview" pane. (Assuming that's even possible.)
Eric A. Meyer (http://www.meyerweb.com/eric/), List Chaperone
"CSS is much too interesting and elegant to be not taken seriously."
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