496Re: [NH] Form
- May 25, 2000Hi Lotta,
> HTML Help by The Web Design Group:Already got it and one on css, but could not find a .chm which I
prefer over .hlp or .html.
> But when it comes to wanting all to be able to access your<Jody on soap box>
> page, which I guess is the case since you're concerned about
> Opera, one has to be careful with CSS too. My Netscpe 4.5 don't
> understand much of it. Don't know for the new version. IE is
> better and Opera is said to be a wiz.
So, we're back to a browser thing. It all just does not make any
sense to me that all those knuckle heads running the show can't
get their rear ends out of their heads and get their act
together. I would like to see a ball park figure in perhaps
decades of how many hours web authors both the serious and ones
like me that just dabble with it have spent (or needlessly
wasted) trying to make it so their site can be viewed by
visitors. Gee, do we have to go back to the Best viewed in IE
buttons or Optimized for Netscape? It is a crying shame that all
the hours spent by us should have been solved years ago, but as
far as I can tell it hasn't got much better. I understand that
OS' play a part too. They too need to start working with each
other. All those knuckle heads need to get together and say
OK, this is how were going to do it and DO IT!
</Jody on soap box>
Next thing you know, the tag above will be obsolete. Either
Eudora, PMail, Messenger, or whichever won't view it correctly.
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