How entrenched are admins with Netscape ?
Basically, I'm working on a web interface to something that'll be used by
sysadmins. The designers are sending me back HTML, that I'll have to
phpify. However, there are some small problems with the stylesheets &
fonts. Under Mozilla, it's beautiful. On netscape, the fonts look crap,
in some places, the font colours aren't honoured, and if you "disable
dynamic fonts", it invents new and interesting ways of looking crap - by
imagining tables that aren't there, and wrapping for no reason.
So, would it be OK to tell people "If it looks crap, use a proper
browser, like IE5.5, Mozilla, or Links" ?
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