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    Originally posted by studiococo
    wert: The point exactly. The code it generates for "normal" users WORKS. For those who want to write their own html though the option is there to let you.
    Sure it *works* but it also lards up the html with a ton of microsoft specific crap! This hinders it's compatibility with non MS browsers and in the long run, doesn't help that user out if their site ends up looking totally crap in Netscape or one of the other browsers.

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    Current stats indicate less than 1% of users (less than opera) use Netscape exclusively.

    Why should a corporate spend another 300$ and several thousand more training someone to use a "real" editor?
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    Originally posted by studiococo
    Current stats indicate less than 1% of users (less than opera) use Netscape exclusively.

    Why should a corporate spend another 300$ and several thousand more training someone to use a "real" editor?
    Unfortunately, a lot of schools, libraries, and other institutions use netscape near exclusively. In these situations *say at the library* you don't have a choice! You must use what they provide! Don't ask me why! I can't stand Navigator!

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    What depresses me most is that Netscape 4 will be around for a loooong time to come in environments like libraries and public places. Netscape 6.1 is a huge improvement, but it won't eliminate NN4.x, it just adds another browser. And as long as software bugs will exist, standards compliance won't be a reality...
    katdesign says 'meow'

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    Originally posted by katdesign
    And as long as software bugs will exist, standards compliance won't be a reality...
    Since when do software bugs effect standards compliance?

    IE was designed to not follow standards totally. It wasn't a bug (or series of bugs).

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    IE6 Refresh is 100% DOM1/CSS1 compliant


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