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Standards Ignored as Developers Target IE

Monday July 8th, 2002

Dave Hodder writes: "CNET News.com has a story entitled Sites bow to Microsoft's browser king covering how Mozilla and other browsers are locked out because of web builders not supporting proper standards. It mentions Netscape/Mozilla standards evangelism and has some good quotes from Mitchell Baker, including the conclusion: 'What we're seeing with Web sites that are viewable only with IE is the privatization of the Web.'"


#15 Re: Re: Re: w3c != defacto standard

by TheK <kl@3dots.de>

Tuesday July 9th, 2002 7:30 AM

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...again The problems are _not_ (!!!!!!!!!) Microsoft's Extensions, they aren't used at all! The problems are Microsofts nowhere documented "error correction", where they sometimes more guess, what you want to display, then showing what is written there and the second problem is document.all, which some morons will use forever, I guess some won't even stop using it, if the MSIE will drop it.