Standards Ignored as Developers Target IE

Monday July 8th, 2002

Dave Hodder writes: "CNET 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.'"

#18 Re: Annoying W3C idiosyncrasies

by rotocat

Tuesday July 9th, 2002 8:56 AM

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Are the standards really a "problem". It seems to me that being a designer, you should know what you are doing. I am just a web surfer, but it seems to me that if something is a standard for web coding, it is only a "problem" to those that just thumb their noses at it.