the demystification of the code produced under a powerful name. highlighting a bad code as the way to improve.
yes it does. why else do you think ms is putting so much effort in ie9? but, let me understand this, do you not listen to your clients complaints?
this is a bit too much from your part. i never denied their value, i just pointed out some flaws. and i don’t remember to have been given you a full set of copies pertinent to my beliefs!
my conclusions were not based on the pages they put online.
if you care to mention, i’ve pointed out how difficult is to upgrade to ie7 and ie8, based on my first hand experience. so far, upgrading to ie9 doesn’t look promising. and i fear (exactly, i fear) i would have to work far too much to make it happen. as opossed to their competitors, the upgrade process is a drag.
i’ve based my conclusions based on those written above. the criticism at the code in the page was not related in any way to ie9, but to the fact that the named company produces dev tools for creating such pages. i find it at least odd that they would have such a code, giving these circumstances.
i’m sorry if i don’t find this to be a valid point for justifying the html they have put on that page. i really am.
i don’t have to justify my self because i’m not making a campaign against them. my point is simple, and i’m sorry if you mist it: don’t do what they do, when they are doing it wrong, do what they say you should do. and my point is really based on the fact that, there are occasions when, somebody, industry or not, out of curiosity, will look at the code, and, probably, mimic it. i believe it has happen many times already.
i’m really sorry to see you didn’t find a better way to express your bias view regarding microsoft. i’m not here to ramble, but i am here to present my opinion. i apologise if in the process of doing that you feel any discomfort at all. i really do, i’m not being sarcastic or otherwise quizzical.
to end with this matter: i found a bad code on a page. since it belonged to a big name, and its presenting an ironical situation, i thought it’s at least odd. i thought it might be interesting pointing out that code and that it could help demystify web developing for some. these are mistakes, not disasters, you didn’t see any headlines in my post. also, i’ve reiterated problems and issues i have with ie from ms. these are real day to day problems i have to deal at work, which will continue to be real. that’s significant evidence and these are facts. like it or not.
if the idea doesn’t stick, i have no problem with that. if it’s offending you, i see no reason to keep it live. just say so and i will ask mods to close it down.