|By Cheftim (Cheftim) on Saturday, November 25, 2000 - 08:01 pm: Edit|
Netscape 6 is promoted to be the most WC3standards
compliant browser in use.
This is a two edge sword.
On one side it helps with the problem of web pages
that act differently in different browsers.
On the other side, if you use non standard html or
dhtml then at least your pages won't look the same
as you hope or (like some I have looked at
recently) they won't display at all or it may even
crash your visitors' computers. An example is the
text on the opening page of WebFoodPros.com is
much larger in N6 than in IE5.
Netscape is compiling a list of known bugs
What does "standards compliant" mean? As I
understand it, it means Cascading Style Sheets and
the separation of content and style.