Re: Re[2]: EVM Webpage template

From: Anand Pillai <abpillai_at_nospammail_dot_net>
Date: Fri Aug 08 2003 - 06:58:51 CDT

Hi Matteo

    You are the Web Designer here. We are only
too happy to follow your advice ! :-)
 
   Let me know your progress so that I can keep
updating the status of task number 83337 which
is web page creation. If you need any coding help
from me, send an message in Y! or AIM!.

Thanks

~Anand

On Fri, 8 Aug 2003 08:17:24 +0200, "Matteo Giacomazzi"
<giacomazzi@programmazione.it> said:
> Hi David,
>
> DM> |Anand Pillai wrote:
> |>>"out there", like Explorer 6.0, Mozilla 1.4 and Opera 7.0.
>
> DM> Arthur Keller <arthur@kellers.org> wrote:
> DM> |And for us Mac users, Safari.
>
> DM> And for us <everything> users, Lynx :-).
>
> For sure! This is a primary point!
> BTW, I guess that if something works fine in IE6 and Mozilla 1.4 will
> surely looks fine even in Safari.
> I'm a bit scared by Opera... I like to support standards, not
> dialects.
>
> DM> Actually, I love Safari... I haven't even gotten around to
> DM> downloading Mozilla for my new Powerbook, and may not bother. But
> DM> my point from before is that Javascript is a really bad idea for
> DM> cross-browser support, especially for accessibility guidelines.
>
> The site, in my plans, won't have any trace of JavaScript!
> Only pure, full standard, HTML and CSS (that will gracefully degree on
> non-graphical browsers as Lynx)!
>
> --
> Ciao,
> Matteo
> mailto:giacomazzi@programmazione.it
>

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