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Preparing Your Site for Navigator 5.0

Wednesday November 24th, 1999

Shelley Powers of inquiry.com has written an informative article on preparing your DHTML website for compatibility with Navigator 5.0 and the DOM standard. This one is definitely worth the read if you're interested in working to the DOM spec, but would like to keep a measure of backwards compatibility with older browsers.


#33 Web development hassels

by henrikmattss <henrik.mattsson@sublime.se>

Monday January 17th, 2000 12:20 AM

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I work as a junior web developer, working with various client and server side languages. I've found that it's a lot easier to write HTML on _netscape_ since it's stricter on syntax. The code then needs very little tweaking to work on ie.

As for this "Oh, my god - another standard" - thats just crap! How hard is it to use another if() in your javascript code?