Webreference Article on IE5 and Mozilla

Tuesday April 27th, 1999 has a new article online, "Internet Explorer 5.0: With Style, Finally?", which details the shortcomings of IE5. If you're not interested in reading about IE5, skip ahead to page 7 of the article, which gives an approving nod to Mozilla. Interesting article, although I wish the author had elaborated on his allusion to bugs in the CSS parser of IE5.

Thanks to Kevin Duffy and Christophe Pennequin for the news.

#48 Re:Webreference Article on IE5 and Mozilla

by Y_ C___ <>

Wednesday April 28th, 1999 11:34 PM

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ICQ and AIM will! A browser that can Chat with icq and aim ( and even Yahoo pager) user at the same time. I know Mozilla's not going to do it right now, but we all know not that's what they are going to do.

Face it kids, there's all mighty money/aol speaking. And the new skin of Mozzila 5 will also attract more convert than a full CSS2/XML/SML/DOM compliment even will! (through the NeoPlanet scheme, they can just make a browser that look and feel exactly like IE(shutter) with icq/AIM on it.)

Also, don't forget 1/3 of the IE population are count as AOL users, guess which rendering engine aol's going to use in AOl5? Before Microshift come up with new missile to bomb Netscape, let's see some Linux FUD promotion first.

Lux...., I.....ammm... your father.