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Better than all, write a script using ftp.
Haven't a clue why they would except TomBoy Notes uses it.Yes. So you DO have to buy something.The same thing you do when there's a IIS critical issue, but faster.
Internet Explorer has lost market share almost every month for the last 3 years.
Internet Explorer 68.15%
So it DOES make you buy something.You think 'nix people want to install Mono? Heh. Why would they want to?
Actually, no, but I see so many Windows people automatically assume they MUST use Microsoft tech as if nothing else existed.
Anything they can do can be done in any language on any platform.
You will never get IE to attempt to perform like other more modern browsers without a proper doctype. Use this one on your first line:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN"
In Firefox, the extension Firebug.
I already answered this question above.
Haven't a clue what those last two things are but you are then saying none of that can be implemented in PHP which is not true. PHP can do anything .NET can do.
In the end, it's all web...
You have to ask them why they suggest .NET.The standard for what? PHP is used far more than anything .NET, though.[/QUOTE]
The viewer is no longer supported by Adobe, has not been developed since 2005, and does not work with IE8 or Vista (though one person told me it does work with Vista, contrary to what I had read. ...
Doctypes tell the browser which set of rules you are going to use when you write the markup for your web page. It's the very first thing you put on a page and it never changes. You decide which...
Several online magazines call FF the product of the year, after naming it product of the year last year, too. If it was so bad, how would it achieve that?
I find it interesting you won't post a...
I'm sorry. Did I post something untrue or incorrect? Or can't you handle the truth?
And after that, go to Google and enter "internet explorer crash" and you'll get 3,620,000 entries for that, which makes IE 362x worse than Firefox.
Or, if you wish, enter "Firefox crash" which...
Microsoft took the download down and its return is unknown. It lasted about two hours, I believe, because MS doesn't know how to handle the web still.
It's how IE handles things and it handles more things wrong than it does right. Parent elements are NEVER to expand to contain floated elements as mentioned above. Firefox is performing correctly...
You will always be able to find others with similar issues with anything. Those of us who have no such issues are not going to visit that thread, or even the Mozilla forum. Remember, at least 20%...
This article, from our good friends at Opera, delves into the basic usage of the new canvas element which you can now use on all the modern browsers (not IE).
Yeah, I didn't look past the script tag at the beginning.
3 problems with that. 1) I'm not in Baltimore 2) I'm not a doctor 3) My name's not Howard. But you got the rest right.
First immediate observation. Your problem is with IE. You will never get IE to attempt to act like other more modern browsers without a proper doctype. Use this one on your first line:
Too numerous to list here. This site is by one of my favorite testers. So far, it looks like IE8 will continue to be at least 10 years behind web standards.
You have 202 HTML errors and 29 CSS errors.
Microsoft is a member of the W3C. Microsoft helps write the W3C documents. Microsoft signs off on the W3C documents as approving them. Shouldn't Microsoft do what they themselves say?