On Wed, Mar 14, 2001 at 04:40:39PM +0000, Mark Fallon mentioned:
> Does anybody know how this picks up which executable to run.
> I have mozilla 0.8 (having a look at Nautilus) and Communicator
> 4.76 on my system. I would prefer the gnome-moz-remote command
> to pick up communicator, as I need to use some internal sites
> that rely on Navigator 4.x, and yes I am looking at how to
> convert them to be standards compliant.
The GNOME Configuration Center has something for setting that up.
As for making HTML compliant; www.w3.org has a program called "tidy" on
it - it's *excellent*. Fixes broken tables, removes "font" tags etc. Also
converts to XHTML1.0, and makes up CSS stuff for you.
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