Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Userland and W3C
Author: Karl Dubost Posted: 4/4/2000; 10:06:11 AM Topic: Userland and W3C Msg #: 15926 Prev/Next: 15925 / 15927
Great, very great !!!
I've discussed the last week with Vincent Quint at the W3C and we have speak about one big problem with the development of the web tools.
There is a wonderfull progress for the browser as we can see with Opera, IE5 (mac), and mozilla. But the situation is worst for authoring tools and automated solutions. The tools like Dreamweaver, FrontPage have quite difficulties to support the standards for the User Interface part.
With Frontier, we can do templates with standard's respect. BUT it will be great if we could have parser and validation tools.
Is it a dream ?
I wish you good work at the W3C !
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- Re: Userland and W3C, Phil Wolff, 4/4/2000; 11:55:05 AM
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