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2010/01/20 18:41:17 (permalink)

Sites CAN BE viewable in ANY BROWSER....

...its just that people are too lazy to do it right! 
  
http://www.anybrowser.org/campaign/abdesign3.html 
  
Excellent tips on how to make your site render correctly in ANY BROWSER!! 
  
They have a nice discussion site there also  
  
  
Just hoping maybe to get some help on roadfood here... 
  
Its not Stephens fault this SW doesnt work quite right on IE6 (Its the people who made this SW's fault) But maybe stephen would be willing to try and make it better using the site i listed above  

post edited by Tony Bad - 2010/01/20 19:43:39
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    Davydd
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    Re:Sites CAN BE viewable in ANY BROWSER.... 2010/01/20 19:54:50 (permalink)
    Isn't IE6 now essentially an obsolete, security risk browser? If so, why should any web page have to lower standards to nearly a decade ago especially when there are so many free browsers available for use that are also superior?
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    wanderingjew
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    Re:Sites CAN BE viewable in ANY BROWSER.... 2010/01/20 19:58:41 (permalink)
    I'm just trying to figure out the relevancy of this topic and how it relates to "ROADFOOD NEWS"
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    Re:Sites CAN BE viewable in ANY BROWSER.... 2010/01/20 20:03:44 (permalink)
    Not a darn thing!
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    Re:Sites CAN BE viewable in ANY BROWSER.... 2010/01/20 21:36:13 (permalink)
    ie6 is most definitely obselete and so is ie7.
     
    i have to say, tho, that this site doesn't always display properly in ie8 - i never noticed problems on my old computer which had ie7 (xp for o/s) and my comp at work also has ie7 (xp for o/s) and i don't see issues on that one either.  just on my new computer that has ie8 - on win7 o/s.
     
    so, the problems are not necessarily the website - they can also be related to the browser, the version of it as well as the o/s being used.
    post edited by joclyn - 2010/01/20 21:40:26
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