[thelist] Identify a Web Crawler's request

David Travis dwork at macam.ac.il
Tue Jul 6 17:24:43 CDT 2004

Hi Jason,

After your post I will surely check Firefox, which I admit I did not test at
all. Basically I found that only IE provides me a proper solution for Hebrew

Again, I am not speaking about simple HTML sites, but also advanced CSS/CSS2
styles as well. For some reason Netscape failed to display my page properly,
even though it was a simple table with padding...

Bye, and thanks, David.

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David Travis wrote:

> Why don't we use other solutions? Well... start with the fact that I am
> disappointed from Mozilla's Hebrew (what can I do?) support...

As a Hebrew speaker who uses Firefox, just curious but what sort of 
problems have you had with Hebrew support in Fx? It's worked just fine 

Oh and if you can control the browsers being used to access your site, 
all the more reason not to use IE! You'll find that it is much easier to 
code with a browser that follows the standards properly, and has all 
sorts of awesome development tools like Mozilla/Firefox does (JS 
console, DOM inspector, Venkman, etc.) that have really saved my behind 
many, many times...

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