Re: F&C Kits


In a message dated 1/27/2008 1:31:16 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
thompson@... writes:

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


They are using frames which do not work in all browsers. But it is code to
detect browsers which cannot handle frames and then a button to view in a
non-frames version is offered. Other than that I don't see any special features.


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