[Chicago] Browser Compatibility
jason at hostedlabs.com
Sat Sep 16 20:19:07 CEST 2006
I would go one suggestion further and say that if you want to continue
using an HTML editor or IDE that you should consider using another
program such as Dreamweaver, HomeSite, nVu, jEdit.. most of these will
put out code that will be reasonably cross-browser and many of them have
export funtions that will output in strict standard compliance mode..
Microsoft Frontpage may have an option to force standards compliance
mode, but I am not sure.
Honestly, this is less a python issue as much as it is an HTML editor
issue but hopefully that helps!
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> On Tue, Sep 12, 2006 at 10:24:12AM -0400, Aavantguard at cs.com wrote:
>> 1. At my level, would I be able to contribute to your group if I became a
> Hi Dennis,
> ChiPy welcomes folks at all experience levels who are interested in
> Python. Nice to have you.
>> 2. The links on my site, www.ProfessorDennis.com which was developed in
>> FrontPage, only work with Explorer and no other browsers. How can this
>> be fixed?
> Don't use FrontPage. I know that's not an answer you want to hear, but
> FP is really not a good tool for building websites. If you're interested
> in learning how to build websites, I recommend the book "Head First HTML
> with CSS and XHTML" by Elisabeth and Eric Freeman.
> - --
> Peter Harkins - http://push.cx - http://cambrianhouse.com
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