Jacob, >-----Original Message----- >From: thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org >[mailto:thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org]On Behalf Of Jacob Stetser > > >Designing to standards and then kicking out the people who don't >support standards misses the POINT of designing to standards. A good >standards-compliant site should work in almost all browsers, even if >it doesn't LOOK perfect in some of them! :) > How is a standard compliant site supposed to work in a browser which does not support standards? eg DOM? If I use getElementById, which is in the DOM standard, should I insert non standard code so the site works? eg document.all, document.layers? If the site uses CSSP only, then I agree - it will degrade and using positioning it will degrade nicely. However, I think that misses the point - standard compliance means compliance with all standards, not just the ones people can see. > This email may be confidential and contain commercially sensitive information. Only the intended recipient may access or use it. If you are not the intended recipient please delete this email and notify us promptly. We use virus scanning software but exclude all liability for viruses or similar in this email or any attachment.