What Netscape Needs to Succeed
Monday October 26th, 1998
This week's editorial touches on four possible strategies Netscape could use to recover lost ground. I believe it is possible, but it won't happen without some serious introspection. Click Full Article to read more.
Update: Some of my opinion has come to fruition today, as you will see when you read the article...
#11 Re: What Netscape Really Needs to Succeed
by Guy Murphy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wednesday October 28th, 1998 11:31 AM
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From my perspective as a Web Developer, the single biggest lacking of NS4.x is it's difficulty (compared to IE4) to rerender the page after the document loading.
For this reason alone, for dHTML IE4 is a more atractive development prospect. And as somebody who develops largely for large intranets, where migration to IE4 is often viable... so NS4.x just gets dropped.
What NS needs to do is make hacking up a document after it's loaded in NS4.x as easy as in IE4.