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Sat Nov 30 13:21:19 CET 2002
>--[Alex Demchenko]--<alex at ritlabs.com>
> Saturday, November 30, 2002, 1:22:11 PM, you wrote:
> >> > I know how it looks for IE6. Start blaming your browser instead of my page
> >> > because my page is HTML-validated and CSS-validated.
> We can't modify our browsers,
Yes, you can use another one, or bug M$ till it fixes it (ha ha ha).
> you can write IE-friedly code.
Yes, I could. Like every webmaster could write CSS-based, standard friendly
code instead of broken table-based crap with proprietary IE-only
"extesions". Except my code _is_ standard friendly.
> IE is a default windows browser and it fully satisfaces me, I don't want
> to download third party applications like Mozilla, Opera, etc.
Well, as already said: that's your choice.
> just to view your malformed pages.
Your mistake is that my pages are not malformed. Enter the URL into the
HTML- and CSS- validator and see for yourself.
> RK> If I'd replace all #abc by #aabbcc nothing would change, for no browser.
> Are you sure in your words? Did you try?
Yes, I am positively sure. It's not the color codes IE is stumbling upon.
> RK> There are working browsers running on Microsoft's wannabe operating system,
> RK> including Mozilla, Netscape 6 and Opera, all freely available. If you insist
> Looks like PR action.
I'm not a company. I'm just pissed about pages that are broken, invalid HTML
and/or CSS using IE-only, proprietary "extensions" that make my life harder.
Why do you do such an outcry if you're having trouble yourself a single
time, when it can be proven to be caused by _your_ fault?
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