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Re: Let the war begin
I did not design them for IE. I designed them to follow the standards,
HTML3/4, CSS1. There are no IE specific functions within the code. I would
never do such a thing. That would be bad design.
Beyond that although the majority of people that will look at the
LDP site will be linux users, you would probably be surprised at how many
(good or bad) run IE.
25% of LinuxPorts visistors run IE, We can not just ignore because either
A. Their work won't let them run Netscape
B. They have not yet learned the "right" ;) way.
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On Fri, 10 Sep 1999, Matt Welsh wrote:
> "Mr. Poet" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Hello,
> > O.k. I am going to assume you are viewing in Netscape or Lynx both of
> > which do not support style sheets correctly so you will not see the color.
> It's probably not good to design these pages for IE, since this is a Linux
> site. Please use only standard HTML functions which Netscape and IE both
> support. The pages looked fine before, without style sheets.
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