Mozilla Adds Undetectable document.all Support, Part of New Novell Linux Distribution?
Friday July 23rd, 2004
Jacob writes: "Mozilla builds starting tomorrow will now support an undetectable version of
An important thing to remember is that this will not break existing scripts that check for
Update: The Register is reporting that Novell will soon be coming out with a slimmed down version of SuSE Linux targeted at exterprise desktops. The interesting part of this story is that they will be shipping a browser that "supported IE6 extensions, making it possible to access IE-only websites." Time will tell if this new support for
#54 OK.... It is good
Wednesday July 28th, 2004 6:14 PM
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A few years ago, I suggested IE JScript compatibility for the mozilla browsers. At that time, folks at the Mozilla responded like this. "Why should we support non-standard browser technology?" It was so aggressive.
I didn't like the IE, but why people keep using the IE was that many popular sites were written in IE JScript only. You should understand the importance of Korea market in IT world. We call Korea "MS nation". However although MS depencency is comparably lower than Korea, many sites in the US also depend on IE only JScript. So, for marketting-oriented strategy, it is neccessary to make the Mozilla work with that kinds of script also.
I'm glad to hear that now the mozilla can support document.all.