Re: F&C Kits

Anthony Thompson <thompson@...>

Rich Orr wrote:
This isn't accurate. Mozzila, AOL, Comcast and Verizon proprietary browsers all work. Using IE and looking at the source code, the site is in standard HTML.
It's not the "standard" HTML which makes something work in one browser and not another--it's the "features" embedded in how it works.
Speaking as someone who has had to do extensive work on a web site (ours), I have always stuck with "generic" features so that essentially all browsers, even older versions, will be able to view all pages. To default to IE seems to me a foolish "economy" if you interfere with customers.

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