Hi All interested...
>I personaly find it easier to write for Mozilla/Firefox, which
>follow the standards, then fix it for IE.
>> > Most likely Mozilla and Opera are getting it right.
>> That's what I think too.
>>> My advice . . . you'll save yourself a lot of grief by
>>> designing for Mozilla from the git-go as IE is very buggy and
>>> gets it wrong a lot of the time.
I found it is best just to validate the HTML from the get go. It
was the good folk on this list that made a believer out of me
when I use to try to get it al to look right in all the browsers.
I use to "validate" with Opera years ago and for the most part
just had a lot of headaches because of it. It will normally fix
you right up. See the footer in any [NH] message for a free
version of CSE HTML Lite.
You can validate right from under NoteTab's Tools menu with it
and change the keyboard shortcut as well. It creates a Library
with errors, warnings, and messages listed in Clips. When you
click on them the document is highlighted at the place that they
are referring to. To change the shortcut open Shortcuts.dat found
in NoteTab's main folder. Alt+Z works well for me since I am a
mouse person myself. :)
You can do an online test run of it at my NoteTabbers Assistant
page and download from there as well once you see what it does.
<-- Validate on-line, but much better to
do it in NoteTab because of the Library made for you. ;)
There's also a TopStyle Lite version and Clipbar in the
registered versions of NoteTab. Both are mentioned in Help under
Third Party Products. Get TopStyle Lite from here as well as CSE
Validator Lite. (TopStyle is more CSS oriented.)
Might as well get the free version of WordWeb, a great thesaurus
/ dictionary, while you are there. Read about it in Third Part
Products. Replaces the default NoteTab install. :)