Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Re: Netscape and CSS
Author: Jason Levine Posted: 12/9/1999; 12:28:45 PM Topic: Netscape and CSS Msg #: 13519 (In response to 13501) Prev/Next: 13518 / 13520
James (and everyone else):
If you're a CSS developer, how have you been able to negotiate this minefield in your sites? It seems that Netscape completely negates any benefits of CSS for me, since I am pretty sure that there will be one or two users that use Netscape, and I can be totally sure that reliance on CSS on my part will mean a lack of site visits on their part; some developers have even had to shut down their sites to Netscape users because they were sick of Netscape-related hate mail regarding machines that completely crashed when viewing parsable CSS.
I'm pretty amazed by this; what it means is that, since I know my intranet users are on Internet Explorer, I am designing my intranet sites with CSS and IE in mind, and that basically means that Netscape is completely shut out from my network; I _cannot_ install it, since it plum won't work.
There are responses to this message:
- Re: Netscape and CSS, Dori Smith, 12/9/1999; 1:54:40 PM
- Re: Netscape and CSS, James Spahr, 12/10/1999; 10:19:32 AM
- Re: Netscape and CSS, Stuart Updegrave, 12/10/1999; 1:02:56 PM
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