Re: Tables and non-table-able browsers

Peter K. Sheerin (psheerin@best.com)
Sat, 12 Aug 1995 08:31:22 +0000


Message-Id: <199508121530.IAA09823@blob.best.net>
From: "Peter K. Sheerin" <psheerin@best.com>
To: michaelj@relay.relay.com (Michael Johnson), www-html@w3.org
Date:          Sat, 12 Aug 1995 08:31:22 +0000
Subject:       Re: Tables and non-table-able browsers

On 10 Aug 95 at 7:10, www-html@w3.org wrote:

> I've encountered a couple of pages now (I'm sure there are others) that
> look at the User-Agent header and only send tables to Netscape. This is
> annoying, to say the least, since I have a browser that does tables just
> fine.

And I've encountered one that uses another netscape construct, a <meta> 
tag which contains an HTTP header which issues a "refresh" directive 
pointing to a different page, which contains the table version.

Eeeiiik! Blech!
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