In alt.html Barbara de Zoete said:
> I do not enforce anything on anyone. If a visitor gets upset by my styles
> (which I find hard to believe), s/he can just switch off the stylesheet
> and, there you go, gets a nicely marked up page that is fully functional
> and readable.
will you marry me?
> I design the presentation of my pages with no particular browser in
> but I test the design firstly and mainly in Opera (I love Opera;
> it's so unforgiving sometimes :-) ), secondly in FireFox. If they both
> get the idea right, I then check how IE(6) renders my pages.
> Most of the times, and then I mean really most of the times, somthing
> like 99,9% of the times, the designs shows up there just fine (that
> is: functional). That is good enough for me. I don't care that that
> browser is otherwise antique, faulty, buggy and disfunctional (like
> not being able to rerender font sizes set in pixels in an other
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