>what ppl are using. Going through my own logs has produced an inconclusive
>result. It's practically 50/50.
where are most of your visitors from ?? Amorica pushes M$ logs up all
around the world - if the majority of your visitors are amorican then the
majority of your logs will be M$ ...
>>The big problem for me is having to design for 2 or three browsers at a
>time for the one site. It's a bit annoying to put it nicely. Now I know
er ... you still doing that sh!t ?? I thought most web designers gave up on
that years ago ... write yourself a decent script that delivers a different
template for different browsers and then includes the text from each page
by now "java me arse!!! what you need is a good moving gif thingy"
>version of modzilla and while I am Very impressed with it, it still has not
>implemented my dream. That being the proper implementation of css and dhtml.
well I think Mozilla is a damn good thing and that it will make it - apart
from crashing my machine every time i crank it up - open source was and is
the only way to go for a company in netscapes position ...
>any designer and ask w3 and they will tell you who has implemented the
>standards more accurately, and that M$. Why not do something mad Netscape
well no ... i could go into this but you're just plain wrong - M$ has
implemented some of the standards better in IE 5 ... go look at
http://www.webstandards.org/ ... but before IE 5 came out Netscape 4 was
the better standard-bearer ... when Netscape 5 comes out it will beat the
socks off IE ... for fnck's sake IE 4 was a better all round product than
IE 5 ...
>to P*** me off big time. Should we as users of Netscape be encouraging them
>to implement certain things? Should we as users be encouraging the ISP's
thats what mozilla.org is all about ... i thought you d/loaded mozilla ??
didnt you visit the site ??
>have made my feelings clear to Netscape but to little avail. I will still
corporate whores never listen to small fry ...
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