Well bust mah britches and call me cheeky, on Sun, 29 Jul 2007 04:22:06 GMT
Onideus Mad Hatter scribed:
> The W3C's doc types are meant more as general guidelines than
> anything, they try to promote good programming practices, but really,
> if you're going to use an HTML based code you need to actually check
> and make sure that each element not only works on ALL major browsers
> but that it also works on ALL major browsers on ALL major operating
> systems...of course, why bother with that stupidity when you can
> simply code your sites in Flash, which takes all the guess work out of
I actually somewhat agree with your opinion here, but the trouble with
Flash is that it (often) limits the visitor's ability to control it - much
hit a Flash site and am surprised if it happens not to do anything I don't
want it to do.
PS: Like the diaper...
Half lies are worth twice as much as whole lies.