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Netscape DevEdge Redesigns As Standards Showcase

Wednesday February 12th, 2003

Bistronaut writes: "Netscape DevEdge has been redesigned to use CSS for layout. It has CSS menus (turn off JavaScript and try them!), multiple styles and (best of all) looks great." The Netscape Evangelism team have published a page all about the DevEdge redesign.


#7 This is great and all, but...

by bmacfarland

Thursday February 13th, 2003 7:34 AM

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I still know a lot of people that disable javascript on their browser. It sounds like a lot of the features rely heavily on javascript (I'm thinking the user selectable styles here). In one sentence, they that they want it to work for 'alternative' browsers like those on handhelds (of which Blazer on my Treo 300 would qualify), but some (i.e Blazer) don't support javascript. I don't need to have all the customization features on my handheld (except maybe to shut off images, which would be nice), but I have to be sure that it's going to it's going to navigate decently (or at least in some logical form).