i'n totally agree with it....
if someone is stilll using netscape 3.0 o ie 4.0 you have to forget it,
if 10.000.000 millions persons is using a browser that is capable to
display xhtml and css and oly 100 people is using old browser, it's not
very good idea to change the hole code only for those 100 people...
but if someone insists in this , i think the best is to set a variable
in the config.pl script, ie: $old_browser = true, and that way all the
css is disabled...and the look of squirrell stay like today :)
i encourage the use of xhtml 1.1 and css 2.0...it's the future and
squirrellmail can't live in the past...
> First of all, we need some sort of cleanup and move presentation logic
> out from PHP. It's realy pain in the ass
> changing the look of today version. I say strict as possible. I didn't
> mean STRICT XHTML, it can be trasitional to,
> but must with CSS, bencause styling in html (blah...) I don't want to
> hear prahistoric developer saying we have to
> support this and that. We have to use feauture technologies and forget
> the past. Everything is changing. Just look
> that damn Intel etc.
> I think sometimes you have to say "That's it".
> So 1. somekind of template, 2. XHTML (strict or transitional - forget
> HTML 4.x) 3. CSS2
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From: Patrick Welche <prlw1@ne...> - 2005-04-16 20:20:46
On Sat, Apr 16, 2005 at 01:04:54PM -0300, Rpm wrote:
> i'n totally agree with it....
> if someone is stilll using netscape 3.0 o ie 4.0 you have to forget it,
> if 10.000.000 millions persons is using a browser that is capable to
> display xhtml and css and oly 100 people is using old browser, it's not
I actually wonder about millions begin able to display xhtml and css. If
you said html 4 and a subset of css, I would agree.. Would html 4 + css be
a safer half way house?