On Mon, Dec 03, 2001 at 04:45:58PM +0000, Niall Walsh mentioned:
> Well the good news is it displays fine for me in mozilla 0.9.6
>> The reason it is horribly broken in Netscape 4.71 is that the page uses
> quite a lot of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets not Content Scrambling
> System) and the support of all the browsers for CSS was horrible back
> the the era of Netscape 4.x/IE4.x. Personally I reckon designers
> should be shot for making pages that don't degrade gracefully (i.e. like
> this one with all its absolute positioning of elements) but it seems
> like I am in a minority as many, many sites degrade horrifically when
> you take them out of a latest browser!
Personally, I think Netscape 4.x's implementation of CSS was a Content
Scrambling System. And it's not worth the massive effort in trying to make
perfectly formed HTML work on them.
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