|No such thing as a small change|
|on Nov 18, 2002 at 17:18 UTC||Need Help??|
It is the Website's responsibility to validate all the data it sends to youThat holds true for data submitted to a site by third parties, but not for the site itself. If the webmaster himself has nefarious intentions, this assertion is useless.
Get a fricking decent browser already.
I have. Links lets me surf without all the flashy colours and blinking GIFs, and it's actually very good at producing a close resemblance of the actual layout using a TTY. And a graphical browser is hardly viable if you're connecting via SSH over an ISDN line's 7.6kb/s anyway. Yes, some of us do.
To Hell With Bad BrowsersDoes that mean "to hell with the people who use PDAs, smartphones or other similar appliances" too?
DHTML menus, allowing you display a great deal of information in a small area
Unfortunately, your DHTML menus won't work for 50% of your audience unless you put in a gargantuan effort to develop for multitudes of browser brands and versions.
Even if it works satisfactorily, the dynamically client-generated information is then out of any search engine's spider's reach.
Now, if you want me to rant about inconceivably abysmal CSS compliance in just about every current browser, six years after the standard was finalized and published (and several more after it was first talked about), that I can do.. I'm glad Mozilla is getting usefully close - though even it has its issues.
Makeshifts last the longest.