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Published 1 month ago by gottlieb with 1 Comments

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  • Maternitus (edited 1 month ago)
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    Up to today my website still has to use scripts to accomodate Internet Explorer users, because the browser renders pages way different than other browsers. That was the case from the beginning since I began dabbling in web design (somewhere 1995), eventhough there was and is a very good set of standards set by the W3C, Internet Explorer always seem to wreck cool designs and functionality, made according to those standards.

    In the statistics of my webserver I hardly see any Explorer users, so I could actually delete all that scripting to "help" Explorer users? Or should I keep it for that absolute minority?

    I am just as pleased as the author of the nice and good article that this piece of shit software will be gone (for good?).

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