Subject: Re: HTML & CSS
From: Jason Wynia <jwynia -at- AGRIS -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 7 Dec 1998 09:06:19 -0600

> We're not using it on the RayComm site because of the spotty
> and erratic implementation across _ALL_ browsers that
> claim to support it, let alone the backwards compatibility
> issues of supporting non-CSS browsers. We've written
> books that cover it fairly extensively (and are actually revisiting
> the subject right now), but thanks to non-support from Netscape and
> Microsoft, we'll not be implementing it wholesale any time soon.

There are a few links that indicate that the new Netscape/Mozilla will
support it properly. I don't know if it is just hot air, just thought I'd
post the press releases etc. since they're relevant to CSS et al.

They're all related to the new rendering engine for Netscape/Mozilla. Since
this is being developed as entirely opensource, it has a higher likelyhood
of complying with the W3C's standards.

Anyway, just thought I'd pass along the info.

J Wynia

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