Why NS4 instead accessibility compatibility out of the blue?

Christoph Cullmann cullmann at babylon2k.de
Sun Feb 2 15:58:17 UTC 2003

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On Sunday 02 February 2003 16:29, Datschge at gmx.net wrote:
> Why are we now suddenly forking the whole wwwtesting data just for make the
> site "compatible" for the already more than obsolete NS4? Sebastian created
> his first design draft with NS4 compatibility in mind and got flamed for
> this, then he contributes a second design draft which doesn't care about
> NS4 compatibility, got a way with tables for increased accessibility, and
> someone is doing the same work he did before again... Why don't we just
> hide the CSS file from NS4 browsers? Adding a 'media="all"' to the 'link
> rel="stylesheet"' is fully sufficient until NS4 finally disappeared
> completely, we really don't need to include browser detection and frames
> just for one old browser. I'd suggest to revert all corresponding changes
> again.
> Datschge
> PS: Excuse me for using this language, but after all those changes the site
> at http://wwwtesting.kde.org/ looks like shit now.
? The switch to tables would change 0% of the look and feel of the page, the 
current wwwtesting is only borked because dirk played with it.

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Christoph Cullmann
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http://www.babylon2k.de, cullmann at kde.org
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