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Thread: Netscape 4

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    Senior Member filburt1's Avatar
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    I have a document that's 100% XHTML 1.0 Traditional compliant as well as a compliant stylesheet. It looks mostly perfect in IE and Mozilla. In Netscape 4, it looks like s***.

    So, after Googlin', I found a document listing NS4 CSS bugs. It was 38 pages long. Unfortunately this site is for the government and they'll demand that old worthless browsers can view the site
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    Yep, when I first started coding www.warpspire.com/nightfire (3 years ago) I had implemented two separate stylesheets since NS4 wouldn't support CSS-ed input/textarea elements. NS4 was one of the worst browsers ever to come out.... yet most schols used/use it.
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    There's a BIG difference between W3C compliance and backwards compatibility. This thread is proof of that.

    That's why I don't even bother being W3C compliant... I just do what I know will look good for most browsers


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