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Re: CSS is doomed (10 years per version ?!?)

From: Jan Brasna <discuss@alphanumeric.cz>
Date: Fri, 01 Jul 2005 16:06:34 +0200
Message-ID: <42C54DEA.4060704@alphanumeric.cz>
To: www-style@w3.org

>>Think how quickly the web changed from NS Navigator only sites to
>>MSIE only sites. The real issue was, IMHO, that content authors /
>>web designers / web developers viewed MSIE as better browser.

Plus marketing and inclusion in wide spread OS...

> Microsoft also offers a nice array of tools.

I wouldn't say.

>>Once the authors change to Mozilla/Firefox it's only matter of time
>>until a big percentage of users are using Mozilla/Firefox too.

It'd be nice, but since IE7 will be again a part of system, it will 
again be sufficent for the common users. My only hope hope is that it 
won't be crap, if it adrheres to standards and implements the 
technologies that can make web designing easier, I'd be pleased.

> higher percentages, the managers will have to listen. Developers can
> test on Firefox first, but I'm thinking Amazon.com is going to tell
> their developers to test for IE.

If you mean taking a look in IE for compatibility, it's OK. But I think 
we weill get rid of the "optimised for" and "IE only" web sites. (Or 
will have more "Optimised for P4, 1024x768, IE7"...)

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Jan Brasna aka JohnyB :: www.alphanumeric.cz | www.janbrasna.com
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