On Fri, Jul 20, 2001 at 12:46:21PM +0100, Gavin McCullagh mentioned:
> > I'd consider this a fault of the Linux browser and not the website.
> Well, yes and no. There's two issues. One is working to be w3C
> compatible which is not _so_ difficult. Now fair enough, this doesn't
> guarantee linux netscape will render it perfectly, but it helps a
Actually, if you start off with a standards compliant browser, like IE or
Mozilla, and then see how it looks in netscape, it's likely that you will
run screaming. As I've had to do lately.
Then it's far too much hassle to fix it, just because some strange people
are still using Netscape.
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