Re: Most accurate browser for CSS?
In article <email@example.com>,
> Okay, I may have missed what he wrote but I think all these hacks(1) are
> a bad habit to take and these hacks for specific browsers are not always
> reliable. People should focus on writing good, compliant code first of
> all and demand that browser manufacturers (notably Microsoft and its
> Explorer browser) eradicate CSS bugs and improve their current CSS
> support (mostly CSS2)....
In theory you are absolutely correct. However, if you actually did
that, (write 100% compliant code regardless if it worked or not in a
browser) your page may or may not work correctly.
So do you make a point and teach those browser makers a lesson, at the
possible cost of losing customers? Or do you make you page work right.
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