RE: Microsoft's deeply cynicalappealto"standards comp liance"
Yeah, this displayed horribly in my IE 5.5 browser, too. Try running it throught the W3C's XHTML validator, though: http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http://www.opera.com/pressreleases/xhtml/2 0011026.xml It says: "No errors found". I guess MSN will have to start blocking IE 5.5. ;-) > -----Original Message----- > From: John.Brooking@N... [mailto:John.Brooking@N...] > Sent: Friday, October 26, 2001 1:28 PM > To: Mike.Champion@S...; joshuaa@m...; > ken_north@c...; xml-dev@l...; narahari@h... > Subject: RE: Microsoft's deeply cynical appealto"standards > comp liance" > > > Double irony: I blindly went out to Mike's link with my IE > 5.5 browser (my > company's standard), and of course my "user experience" of > the Opera page > was far "less than optimal" with IE. In fact, all I saw was a bunch of > overlaid colored squares at the the top of the page and some > of the link bar > at the bottom. Still not noticing that it ended in ".xml", I > tried it on NN > 4.7, which of course was pretty much blank. However, NN 6.0 > displays it > fine, now if only it started up faster! (Maybe I'll download > Opera, and make > my desktop support people even more annoyed...) >
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