Re: CSS in Netscape

by Sharon Elix <saelix1970(at)>

 Date:  29 Sep 99 16:36:52 PDT
 To:  Tito Martinho <tito(at)>,
Ken Lanxner <klanxner(at)>
 Cc:  hwg-basics(at)
  todo: View Thread, Original
Tito Martinho <tito(at)> wrote:

"As this list it is not a Linux mailing list, you can see that I'm right =
it if look to some sites about Linux (try or )"


Also, Linux Today ( which is my personal=

favourite. But be warned, many posts are not particularly Microsoft frien=

Back on topic (kind of), you can probably guess my browser preference fro=
m my
email address. I strongly believe in correct (and elegant) code and brows=
that enforce some degree of conformity get my vote. Although, MSIE is
currently more aligned with the standards for high end "bells and whistle=
utilities such as JavaScript and Cascading Style Sheets, it's useful to
remember the origins of some of these creations. Brendan Eich of Netscape=
the originator and chief innovator of JavaScript and guess who owns the n=
JavaScript, hmm?

Having said that, I use MSIE at home (primarily because it was the defaul=
browser and for some strange reason, I had enormous difficulties trying t=
download and install a competitor browser. Conspiracy theories aside thou=
gh, I
think my ISP was at fault... ;-)

Seriously though, I too, would like to see all browsers become 100% compl=
with the W3C standards. It would make life a whole lot easier for all of =
As well as giving us one less thing to rant about... =


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