Re: [WSG] Browser Checks

2005-02-08 Thread Andrew Krespanis
On Tue, 8 Feb 2005 07:06:21 +0100, Andy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If your code is compliant then just about every browser out there will be able to generate it with a 90% accuracy regarding design and 100% accuracy regarding content. What kind of make believe web do you design for? Every

Re: [WSG] Browser Checks

2005-02-08 Thread Andy
On Tue February 8 2005 09:22, Andrew Krespanis wrote: What kind of make believe web do you design for? Every day I deal with horribly incorrect (according to spec) rendering across all but the latest of browsers -- and before you respond, I can assure you the code in question is clean as

Re: [WSG] Browser Checks

2005-02-08 Thread Andrew Krespanis
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Re: [WSG] Browser Checks

2005-02-08 Thread Andrew Krespanis
Well I suggest you name names and show examples of compliant html 4.01 that doesn't show 100% of the intented content and doesn't at least resemble like what you intented. Compliant html pages styled completely with CSS displaying bugs? Easy, I would make some examples for you now if I wasn't

RE: [WSG] Browser Checks

2005-02-08 Thread Mike Pepper
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[WSG] Browser Checks

2005-02-07 Thread Paul
This is more of a general standards question, but if you are designing a page for the public in general (in my case a university) at what point ( % wise _or_ # of browsers) do you say 'Okay this is the site, no more trying to accommodate obscure browsers/older versions of browsers. ? I know there

Re: [WSG] Browser Checks

2005-02-07 Thread Bert Doorn
G'day Paul wrote: This is more of a general standards question, but if you are designing a page for the public in general (in my case a university) at what point ( % wise _or_ # of browsers) do you say 'Okay this is the site, no more trying to accommodate obscure browsers/older versions of

Re: [WSG] Browser Checks

2005-02-07 Thread Gunlaug Sørtun
Paul wrote: This is more of a general standards question, but if you are designing a page for the public in general (in my case a university) at what point ( % wise _or_ # of browsers) do you say 'Okay this is the site, no more trying to accommodate obscure browsers/older versions of browsers.

Re: [WSG] Browser Checks

2005-02-07 Thread Kornel Lesinski
On Mon, 07 Feb 2005 23:57:06 +0800, Bert Doorn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Really depends on the audience, the client, etc but I usually draw the line at 5th generation browsers (MSIE5+, Opera 5+, Netscape 6/7, Firefox, Mozilla, Safari, etc) You can totally ignore Opera 5 and 6. 92% of Opera

Re: [WSG] Browser Checks

2005-02-07 Thread Lea de Groot
On Mon, 07 Feb 2005 10:03:30 -0330, Paul wrote: This is more of a general standards question, but if you are designing a page for the public in general (in my case a university) at what point ( % wise _or_ # of browsers) do you say 'Okay this is the site, no more trying to accommodate obscure

Re: [WSG] Browser Checks

2005-02-07 Thread heretic
This is more of a general standards question, but if you are designing a page for the public in general (in my case a university) at what point ( % wise _or_ # of browsers) do you say 'Okay this is the site, no more trying to accommodate obscure browsers/older versions of browsers. ? I know

Re: [WSG] Browser Checks

2005-02-07 Thread Andy
Hi Altough others may use other standards, I for one don't care all that much about browser percentage. HTML 4 exists more then 10 years now and users with browsers that don't understand HTML 4 can't be all that interested in your site anyway. So with this in mind, I set my doctype to 4.01