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Ovid, your beaucoup++ Online CGI Course renders fine with the following browsers:
  • Netscape 4.75 on Debian 2.2
  • w3m 0.9.5 on Debian 2.2
  • Lynx 2.8.3-1 on Debian 2.2
  • IE 5 on Win2k, NT4 (renders CSS)
  • Opera 4.02 on Win2k, NT4 (renders CSS)
  • Netscape 6pr1 on NT4 (renders CSS)
  • Netscape 4.08 on NT4
  • Netscape 2.02 on DOS/Win3.11
  • IE 2.01 on DOS/Win3.11
Update: You might consider changing the color of the bold paragraph titles so they're different from links.   Oh yeah, the CSS colors and fonts are nice touch 8^)
    cheers,
    Don   (ybiC)
    striving for Perl Adept

In reply to RE: Lesson Two of Online CGI Course (tested browsers) by ybiC
in thread Lesson Two of Online CGI Course by Ovid

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