On Sat, May 16, 2009 at 08:12:29PM -0700, Michael A. Peters wrote: > Stephen wrote: > >>> >> My sites are still viewable, and can be navigated. They just look strange. >> >> Government workers are used to strange :) >> >> Stephen >> > > My experience is that government web sites are often the worst, > frequently designed in MS word using brutally illegal html that only > works in IE. > > They have fixed most of it, but one awful example was certain parts of > the Shasta County website - MS word produced an html document involving > really weird namespaces (illegal in html) that looked OK in IE - but in > any other browser, you were presented with images of the text - images > that then were scaled so you couldn't even read the text was written > unless you clicked on an image and chose "view image" to see the image > at it's native resolution. > > That's why government sites need regulation about web design. Often they > would rather let their secretary do the site in word than use some of > their budget to hire someone who actually knows what they are doing. > > Laws that force them to meet certain standards forces them to hire > someone who knows what they are doing.
Are you the same guy who was lobbying for the licensing of PHP/HTML programmers? Argh. Paul -- Paul M. Foster -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php