Re: Web Design and Web Development
- From: "Travis Newbury" <TravisNewbury@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 12 Mar 2007 04:43:28 -0700
On Mar 12, 7:05 am, "Richard Formby" <newsgro...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I completely disagree.I completely disagree ;-)
The exception is when it does not appear the
way you wanted it to.
I use FF and IE right out of the box, default settings for both, just
like the vast majority of the world. I virtually never have a
problem with any website. Things line up, text seems to be where it
should be, as do borders, and images, and everything else.
People from this group seem to have problems because they go out of
their way to create the problems. Things like "Your design falls apart
when I increase my font size" may be true, but most people (anecdotal
evidence) never touch that setting anyway, so they don't see it fall
Anyway, if you go out of your way and try to breaks it, I agree, you
can break it. But most of the people on the web don't seem to be
trying to break a website, they just enjoy the web and bitch about how
hard it it so just find a price for a condo in Destin... (The wife was
bitching about that last night)
So to most, websites appear just the way the designer wants it to
almost all the time.
You should never expect version x of editor y to look the same in version i
of browser j. Won't happen.
Oh well, we disagree.
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