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Mozilla Dispenses with Old, Proprietary DOM

Monday June 14th, 1999

The Mozilla team has decided to forgo backwards compatibility with Netscape's proprietary DOM so they can throw their full efforts behind proper DOM Level 1 support for Mozilla's first release. Click here to read more at News.com, or here to read the thread from the newsgroup.

Thanks to Kovu for the news.


#20 Re:Mozilla Dispenses with Old, Proprietary DOM

by Anon

Tuesday June 15th, 1999 12:32 PM

You are replying to this message

"Of course, this means we'll all lose the benefit of the <blink> tag .... awww I'll *really* miss that annoying piece of sh**...."

Nobody has said anything about abandoning blink. If you look in ua.css, you will see that the blink tag has a declaration. All that needs to be done is hook it up to the layout engine.

Blink will be supported, as it is a CSS1 standard.

When blink is functional, put this line in ua.css

*{text-decoration:blink;}

for an instant headache.

Blink is dead, long live blink