Reporting DOM Bugs? Be Sure to Read This!
Monday November 8th, 1999
Eric Krock has a request for anyone report DOM bugs:
"Please bookmark the below URLs!!!
If the page supports IE4/5 but not HTML 4.0/W3C DOM:
If the page supports Nav4 but not HTML 4.0/W3C DOM:
If the page is breaking because of user agent detection problems:
Likewise, if you're examining a bug report in Bugzilla and realize it's caused by these issues, mark the bug INVALID. Then use the email creation templates to notify the bug reporter and the page owner of the need to upgrade. Bugs closed as INVALID in this way count half a point in the BugAThon!
#11 The W3C Members
Monday November 8th, 1999 7:12 PM
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You know, Netscape and Microsoft are members of the World Wide Web Consortium and as such signed off on the standards their browsers fail to implement.
I think this change is Netscape and the Mozilla.org's way of trying to live up to the commitment they made as memebers of that organization to implement its non propriatary standards.