On Wednesday 31 August 2005 10:05, Julien Anguenot wrote:
> > Don't forget that IE will then have an insane tendency to render the
> > pages wrong. I don't recall all of the details, but it was something
> > like if the document began with <?xml ?> IE would switch to "quirks
> > mode" and do funny things with boxes, margins, and the overall layout.
> > The details are in this list's archives (if they aren't it's in the
> > firstname.lastname@example.org list archives).
> > (not that I'm a fan of IE, but I do recall that being a problem for
> > some people)
> Having IE full of bugs is not a reason to not support standards such as
> the xml processing instruction (which makes a document *not* XML valid
> if it's not present on top of the document)
> We'll think about buggy browsers in a second step ;)
If there is an IE issue it needs to be addressed and a solution be found
before any action can be taken. IE still has the majority market share and we
cannot be ignorant about it.
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