On Tue, 2001-11-06 at 16:52, Lee Hosty wrote:
> Good news !!
>> Netscape 6 has a new DOM, so now you have 3 to work for instead of just two.
>> If its any consolation, most Netscape 6 DOM stuff also works on IE 5.5 on
> the Mac if done right, so you get a wider audience ...
Netscape 6 tries to be W3C DOM compliant. It is more compliant than
say, IE5. IE 5.5 will be more compliant if you give it the right
xml headers (eg XHTML strict). In real terms you will probably still
end up doing browser detection and handling NS6 and Mozilla separately
to IE and NS4.
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