[plug] [OT] XSTL .vs. PHP .vs. ???
shayne at guild.murdoch.edu.au
Fri Jun 4 12:26:12 WST 2004
The trick is to make sure stuff degrades well.
Ie, the page works well with it, but without it also works well, just not
Ie, one might validate some stuff with jscript, BUT if the browser doesnt
the server still returns a friendly little page that says what went
"Must not Sleep! Must warn others!"
Shayne O'Neill. Indymedia. Fun.
On Fri, 4 Jun 2004, Onno Benschop wrote:
> On Fri, 2004-06-04 at 11:13, Adam Ashley wrote:
> > On Fri, 2004-06-04 at 05:23, Onno Benschop wrote:
> > > hack that requires you to code around all the different silly
> > > implementations in a browser. If you *need* it, solve the
> > > problem differently.
> > You're obviously way behind the times. If you code using the W3C DOM
> > something like 99% of your code will be fully compatible across all the
> > current released browsers.
> Yeah, bit of a shame that 99% of the users do not use "current released
> So, no, not behind the times IMHO.
> Onno Benschop
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