On Wed, Nov 07, 2001 at 10:40:46AM +0000, John P. Looney wrote:
> Pop over to w3c.org, and see can you find "tidy". It'll w3c lint your
> code for you. And moan a lot.
Good plan Stan - I actually downloaded and compiled tidy a while ago but I
didn't tyr using it in anger - must do so now.
> Nope. HTML4 stuff looks cack on it. Let netscape 4.x die - it's complete crud.
Me, I'd love to do just that. But it's just not practical for me to tell my
customers to tell their customers to change their browsers. We established a
baseline of NN 4.x / IE 5 and it's not practical now to go back and move
that particular goalpost. In many cases, the endusers are in big
organisations where they are not in a position to change their browser
> Or, just use the w3c specs, and say "Use Mozilla, Konqueror or IE5".
See the last paragraph.
BTW Kate - I fianlly got around to watching "They Live" last night - good fun.
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