Making Your Web Page Compatible with Mozilla

Wednesday September 4th, 2002

Nicolás Lichtmaier has written a guide that explains how to make standards-compliant web pages that work with Mozilla. The article concentrates on differences in the implementations of JavaScript and the DOM in Internet Explorer and Mozilla.

#12 Re: Re: great tip

by c960657

Wednesday September 4th, 2002 4:12 PM

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>There are lots of cross-browser DHTML libraries and "DOM APIs" out there.

Yes - but are there any, that don't invent their own APIs?

The great thing about implementing W3C standards is that you can easily replace one library with another (if they both implement the API specified by W3C), if you are unsatisfied with one implementation. And some day when "all" browsers support the standards, you can just get rid of the Javascript compatibility code and your site will keep working, just much cleaner.