Michael Adams wrote:
On Mon, 28 Apr 2008 12:38:37 -0700 (PDT)
Greg Sabin wrote:
exactly, if I build a new web site , their must be some kind of
programming that all browsers can see properly, even if the user has
to down load plug in's to get full functionality. Since it would make
sence to use a web site builder and programming that will not ...
--- On Mon, 4/28/08, Rick Merrill <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
From: Rick Merrill <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: universal web site programming.
Date: Monday, April 28, 2008, 3:06 PM
I think Greg is asking if DreamWeaver or FrontPage or ANY similar
tools for making web sites such that said web sites are universally
compatible with all browsers.
Michael Adams wrote:On Mon, 28 Apr 2008 09:28:36 -0700 (PDT)
Greg Sabin wrote:
Ok, is their any kind of web site programming, that is universal to
all browsers that may be used on all currently used operating
Or is their no such thing? but if their is such a thing why not use
that and just stick with it?
Not sure what you are asking for here.
All browsers read (X)HTML, this is not OS dependant. Page data.
All "modern" browsers read CSS, OS independant. Page Layout.
switchable. Page programming language.
"Most" modern browsers allow Flash and Java, OS independant, but must
be downloaded by user. Object programming languages.
Server side scripting, (ASP, CGI or PHP for instance) is not OS,
browser or user dependant. Page generating Languages.
If you were clearer in your request more help could be forthcoming.
The best answer i can give is, build standards compliant HTML4.01 Strict
code then apply fixes only where needed. The more complex your page, the
more fixes need applying. Internet Explorer will generally require more
fixes than all other browsers combined.
That was not what he ment by "programming" - what he ment was
web creation tool. In other words SeaMonkey Composer - it should
valid code all the time.