Fair enough, maybe not, but show me a section of computing where standards are
complied with fully! The fact of the matter is that IE and Netscape are the
browsers used by the vast majority of internet surfers for many years now.
Opera and the like have just hit the scene (in terms of regular use). It is up
the the developers of these browsers to catch up with the standards set by
It's only common sense that website makers target their sites to the largest
possible audience. It may cheap enough for you and I to get a linux system up
and running but for companies to develop software for it (be they webpages or
programs) is another matter, especially when the audience is so small. There
is also the point that some web developers may have never even heard of opera,
mozilla, etc. Like I said before, it is up to the developers of the browsers.
When they become more mainstream maybe then will there be websites adapted for
>===== Original Message From "Sean O'Donnell" <seanodonn at eircom.net> =====
>>>>I'd consider this a fault of the Linux browser and not the website.
>>>Even if the linux browser is standards compliant and the web site is
>Sean O'Donnell, seanodonn at eircom.net on 20/07/2001
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