BugDay is Moving!
Tuesday May 29th, 2001
Asa Dotzler writes: "BugDay is moving. More than a year and a half has passed since the fist Tuesday BugDay and it seems like a good time to change. Starting this week (tomorrow, 05/30/01) BugDay is moving to Wednesdays." Click the full article link to find out more about BugDay, and how you can get involved.
#31 Re: Jedbro
Friday June 1st, 2001 12:16 AM
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No, it's not an oxymoron. An oximoron is when contradicting terms are combined.
You say it does no good to say "Mozilla sucks". Well, it does equally little good to say "Mozilla rocks." In this case, nobody said either tho. Someone was complaining about specific things in Mozilla, so that these would be improved and THAT does a lot of good.
I too have so many problems with Mozilla rendering sites wrong / weirdly that I rather use IE. Like Nemo said, it's not about bad code or good code - it's about displaying as much of the web as possible the way the authors intended. If there's a missing closing table cell or row tag, the browser should try to fix. Same goes for all / most other type of bad HTML code. This isn't about some project at school where you can just say "well, correct the HTML!" - it's about the web with more than 100 million people and as many (or more) web pages. Nobody is going to start to rewrite their HTML because a browser with 0.5% market share can't draw them while all others can.