On Mon, Jul 16, 2001 at 12:24:34PM +0100, Donncha O Caoimh mentioned:
> You can do a lot of work with style sheets to accomodate older browsers.
I don't want a lot of work.
> Despite what we'd like to believe, "the customer is always right" even
> if we (as producers of goods) don't like it. That's one reason I don't
> like the movement to get people to upgrade their browsers. It's awfully
> arrogant to assume ordinary computer users know how to run setup.exe off
> a cover-disk.. Many don't!
I really, really hope the people that we are aiming at can though.
> Different situation to yours though I'd agree with your assesment of
> UNIX admins with one cavaet, to upgrade they can justify a brand
> spanking new computer to run that fancy browser :)
Hold on now - the interface looks fine in Lynx or w3c. It's netscape
that it looks bad in.
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