On Friday 30 May 2008 12:04:16 pm Gary Kline wrote:
> On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 01:31:01AM -0400, DAve wrote:
> > Ted Mittelstaedt wrote:
> > >>-----Original Message-----
> > >>From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > >>[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Gary Kline
> > I nearly spit coffee on my keyboard! I agree with you 100%. When we all
> > did HTML with BBedit and Textpad, people like Black, Tog, and Nielsen
> > kept everyone designing websites to best serve the content. Now it is
> > all about the sizzle, but there is rarely a steak.
> > DAve
> You got it, man. At least 80% of the site I happen on--at least
> that are selling something--have so much kerrapp going on I'd go
> blind if I stayed there for very long. (I so *enjoy* being able
> to block ads or stop-movie (gnash), and then find the router or
> DVD or whatever. And get out!)
I hate the over use of flash and etc. I sometimes think that is similar to
putting a pdf file on a website instead of using txt. It bypasses some of the
quirks and you see what they want you to see.
> This is not the kind of page i'M aiming for. --But then, I
> really don't know what/how I want to revise my www homepage.
I use Adobe's GoLive but they killed it for Dreamweaver. If it had been a
modest upgrade price, I would have upgraded but I didn't.
> The reason for the strange display was a bad comment. So at
> least I've learned something! Now www looks fine from ffox,
> opera, and Konq. I've forbidden my tweenager from using IE so
> have to wait for wife. Or see if friends reply who use IE.
I have IE 7, Firefox, Seamonkey, and Safari on my main XP machine. I can't see
any obvious difference. I also can't see any obvious difference between
Firefox and Konqueror on FreeBSD and the XP browsers.
FWIW, IE seems to complain on many of the sites I visit. It has a little
comment on the status bar to the effect of completed but with errors. I
didn't see it on your site.
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