Re: Logo for user-friendly/browser-frien

Chapman, Hass (hass.chapman@sebank.se)
Fri, 29 Aug 1997 08:36 +0200


Message-Id: <199708290640.IAA23903@se2000.sebank.se>
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 1997 08:36 +0200
From: hass.chapman@sebank.se (Chapman, Hass)
To: ccarroll@dfw.net, www-html@w3.org
Subject: Re: Logo for user-friendly/browser-frien


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>From: Charles E. Carroll
>But I think there's a problem with the Any Browser Initiative as
>well.  Specifically, with the word "Any."  What about browsers
>that don't support current HTML standards?
> Lynx doesn't support tables, after all.  Do we eschew tables?  Yes, I know
>that many tables can be made Lynx-friendly with appropriate use
>of <br>, <p>, etc., and I do when I can, but 1) there are some tables
>which are not easily made Lynx-friendly, and 2) since tables are
>standard HTML, why should we have to write ugly code like that?

I agree completely! It's nice to hear someone talking sense.
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/Hass http://hass.home.ml.org
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