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Robert Wellock
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 24, 2003 10:29 am (14 years, 9 months ago) Reply with QuoteBack to Top

Basically what I mentioned to Ian was it would be folly to assume the CSS in his "Better Accessible Forms tutorial" would actually work in browsers other than Micro$oft and that the pointer was a more viable solution, over a wider range of platforms and browsers.

I probably won't ask Ian about the WaSP comments although even I don't quite understand why he'd assume in general a user of Mozilla would only be using display resolution higher than 800x600.

However last Friday he was saying elsewhere he knew some CSS but had never read the Technical Recommendations.

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I knew some CSS level 2 - picked up by osmosis - but had never actively sat down to learn it.


Well, at least he has admitted he has a lot to learn on the topic, having now read some of the recommendations and I found out he was using Opera 6 and Mozilla 1.3b to test some CSS layouts.

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