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RE: An alternative strategy

From: William Perry <wmperry@monolith.spry.com>
Date: Tue, 30 Apr 1996 10:05:16 -0700
Message-Id: <199604301705.KAA00250@monolith.spry.com>
To: bosak@atlantic-83.eng.sun.com (Jon Bosak)
Cc: cwilso@microsoft.com, www-style@w3.org
Jon Bosak writes:
> [Chris Wilson:]
> 
> | Um, Jon, weren't you watching at the ERB meeting?  Microsoft Internet
> | Explorer already *HAS* CSS stylesheets implemented (partially) -
> | particularly, the stylesheet declaration, cascading order and rule
> | matching, (*including* context-sensitivity!) are fully functional.
> 
> Microsoft is to be commended for its willingness to push the technology
> forward in this case.  But I don't consider a Microsoft-only solution to
> be a solution.

  I would definitely not consider CSS a microsoft only strategy, since
several other implementations exist.  At least two of which predate the
microsoft one, and at least one of which supports more than IE 3.0 right
now.  Chris is moving up fast though. :)

-Bill P.
Received on Tuesday, 30 April 1996 13:04:29 GMT

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