Re: Web development question?

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On 02/18/2012 04:01 PM, Steve Kinney wrote:
Actually I use semantic markup via standards compliant xhmtl 1.0 and
CSS 2.1.  As an example, the pages in my silly little personal site
look and work the same in Firefox, Opera, Chrome, Safari, Epiphany,
Konqueror, Midori and IE8.  I did not have to tweak anything to
accomplish that level of cross browser compatibility - that's what
W3C Standards are for and, thank God, Microsoft has finally
capitulated and the browser wars are over.

I use a few alternate CSS declarations in an auxiliary style sheet
to correct rendering errors in IE6, because some people are still
using it, and the way IE6 is broken affects the main navigation
menu.  Those are the only IE6 errors I bother to correct.

Visitors to the site who are using IE6 or 7 are greeted by a
security warning and upgrade link on every page, wrapped in a
conditional comment whose contents are only visible on the offending
browsers.

:o)
Elegant, Steve - Thanks for the suggestion, and  also for promoting W3C awareness.
  -- Burnie
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