Re: Make Microsoft follow the spec.

Chris Wilson wrote:

> Claiming that support of non-standard (i.e., proprietary) object model makes
> an implementation "non-standards-compliant" is incorrect.  It is proprietary
> OM, but nothing the DOM claims exclusion of any other OM.
> -Chris Wilson
>  Program Manager
>  Internet Explorer team

But implementing non-standard object models that allow for sloppy cut-around
methods of standards-compliant objects is a way of undermining the DOM.  Yes?
That is what gets my cheese.

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--Scott E. Lee
--Unemployed Bum
--O'Fallon, Missouri
--HTML4.01/XHTML/XML compliant

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Received on Sunday, 4 March 2001 05:30:16 UTC