[thelist] xssi serving up separate css

Paul Backhouse paul.backhouse at 2cs.com
Fri Oct 12 10:06:36 CDT 2001

an excellent point martin

*dam - id have got away with it if it weren't for those peskie kids!

general public internet sites agreed - should developed for all to see.

but the stats speack for them selves - how long until we eventually make a
web standard which must form a base for browsers to be developed to?


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Memo from Martin P Burns of PricewaterhouseCoopers

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There aren't that many systems which truely need clientside
scripting to fulfil their core functionality (unless that functionality
*is* showing off the scripting, or games).

Public sites should pretty much always be able to deliver
their core functionality without JS, designer-specified CSS
or Flash.

Whizziness on top is encouraged. But it's on top of the core.


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i draw the line at people who don't have js enabled - if they disable it
they can dam well enable it again - they kow the risks - they understand

for those who don't have a decent enough broswer - point them in the rite
direction - get them enjoying the net instead of lumping around it like a
slightly intoxicated snail

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