like <a href="http://www.mozilla.org/">Mozilla</a>,
<a href="http://www.opera.com/">Opera</a>, or
<a href="http://www.konqueror.org/">Konqueror</a> have. Use a different browser
-for a while and you wouldn't want to
+for a while and you wouldn't want to back.
You'll need to upgrade the OS, to update it, as Microsoft announced that it
I hereby testify that my pages will remain fully clean and standards
compliant, but not necessarily viewable correctly with Explorer. This is
in fact, different than writing web-sites that function perfectly in MSIE, but
-not in other browser. All of this is because:
+not in other browser. All of this is because:
<b>MSIE 5.5 and above are specific to a certain operating system and
architecture. Mozilla and similar browsers are truly cross-platform.</b>
- as such MSIE may not be available on the development platform of the
- web designer. I design all my sites and have tested them on MSIE by
- using the laptop. Now, I'm not going to bother.
+ web designer. I design all my sites on Linux and have tested them on MSIE
+ by using the Windows 98' laptop. Now, I'm not going to bother.
<b>MSIE is not open source. Mozilla is</b> - I cannot fix the bugs there
So expect to see more and more non-MSIE-compatible embellishments on my
sites, or otherwise pages that were not tested there. Please use a different
-browser to browse my sites, trust me - you'll like it. Theoeretically, they
-should have looked OK, but if they don't - blame Microsoft not me.
+browser to browse my sites, trust me - you'll like it. Theoeretically, these
+pages should have looked OK, but if they don't - blame Microsoft not me.
Wars II - the Saga Continues</a> - a quite-literary analysis of the current
situation in the browser arena.
+Advises to Type in URLs rather than to Click</a> - a Slashdot thread about some
+<a href="http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;%5Bln%5D;833786">insane suggestions from Microsoft</a> for MSIE users to avoid the present security