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Re: CSS and Netscape

From: Isofarro <w3evangelism@faqportal.uklinux.net>
Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2002 10:07:56 +0100
Message-ID: <001c01c25260$3ca24240$9a32f7c2@laptop>
To: "Austin Govella" <austin@desiremedia.com>
Cc: <public-evangelist@w3.org>, <list@webdesign-L.com>

----- Original Message -----
From: "Austin Govella" <austin@desiremedia.com>
To: "Isofarro" <w3evangelism@faqportal.uklinux.net>
Cc: "Thor Larholm" <public-evangelist-w3@jscript.dk>;
<Mike.Steckel@SEMATECH.Org>; <public-evangelist@w3.org>;
<list@webdesign-L.com>
Sent: Friday, August 30, 2002 11:08 AM
Subject: Re: CSS and Netscape


> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Thor Larholm" public-evangelist-w3@jscript.dk
> >
> > [Significant user base using Netscape 4]
> >> Give up Netscape 4 or give up standards.
> >
> > When it is noticed that a fair chunk of revenue comes from Netscape 4
> > visitors, the above choice is a no-brainer, and standards lose out. Is
the
> > best way of advocating standards a typical brusque "take it or leave
it"?
>
> Ok. Maybe I'm crazy. But what kinds of designs are you speaking about, the
> ones that are impossible to achieve in NS4 using standards?

If these designs were possible to do in Netscape 4 using a standards-based
approach, then I doubt we would be having this particular discussion. :-)
Received on Monday, 2 September 2002 05:07:16 GMT

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