I don't really understand. Sometimes I do wonder why I think I enjoy doing this.:) How is attaining compliance with standards the easiest way to ensure that your site loads properly in all the major browsers when so many of them are not standards compliant? I mean..isn't this the big problem? I know that many of the people that I work with, and work for will never upgrade a browser. A lot of them aren't too clear on what a browser is. I'm not putting them down. This is just not their thing. One site I do is for a Womens' Bar Association. The women are mostly brilliant, but are looking at the web with 640x480 resolutions because they have no idea they can change that. At least one has a laptop with a video card that doesn't support all the browser safe colors. They will upgrade either when they purchase a new computer, or in some cases, when AOL takes control of their computer and does it for them.
Originally posted by lynlimz
However, the ultimate aim is to ensure your site loads properly in all the major browsers. And simple put, the easiest way is attaining compliance with web standards.