On Wed, 18 Feb 2004 14:39:06 +0000, John Allman <allmanj at houseofireland.com> wrote:
> Idly making a fairly visually intensive site. Konqueror doesn't implement the overflow css property (http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS2/visufx.html#overflow) very well. Certainly, not scroll and auto anyway. IE/moz both handle this fine. Haven't checked opera but believe it does too. It's kinda annoying.
It does. Their CTO, Hakon Lie, invented the CSS concept and worked on the writing of
the W3C spec for it. So it's safe to assume that Opera CSS support is top notch :)
> p.s. not a browser fan at all in general, though for standards compliance i'd currently put my money on moz/firefox
Possibly, but perhaps Opera is more standards compliant. This doesn't necessarily
translate into best user experience though. There is such a thing as being too
standards compliant when it comes to failing to present not fully standard content.
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