>>Yet another bunch of morons who don't know what they're doing.
>No news to us. Who is surprised?
>We all need to tell them about SeaMonkey support. :P
Actually, before embarking on this vocation,
they should have LEARNED THE BASICS.
1) Build standards-compliant pages:
(It's obvious they don't have the first clue how to do the job.)
2) If you're going to sniff for a browser,
SNIFF FOR THE ONE THAT HAS THE *LOUSY* COMPLIANCE.
If you feed up special stuff, make that for the special cases
--NOT for the browsers that don't need crutches.
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