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 Konqueror and WebFx?, Bosko, February 4, 2003
     Re:Konqueror and WebFx?, Erik Arvidsson, February 4, 2003
         Re:Konqueror and WebFx?, Bosko, February 4, 2003
             Re:Konqueror and WebFx?, Erik Arvidsson, February 7, 2003
                 Re:Konqueror and WebFx?, Bosko, February 8, 2003
                     Re:Konqueror and WebFx?, Erik Arvidsson, February 10, 2003
                         Re:Konqueror and WebFx?, Bosko, February 10, 2003
                             Re:Konqueror and WebFx?, Erik Arvidsson, February 11, 2003
                                 Re:Konqueror and WebFx?, Bosko, February 11, 2003
                                     Re:(OT) Linux, Erik Arvidsson, February 12, 2003
                                         Re:(OT) Linux, Bosko, February 17, 2003

Subject: Re:Konqueror and WebFx? From: Erik Arvidsson Date: February 4, 2003
I agree that the message on the main page needs to be fixed. Konqueror is way better than IE when it comes to W3C standards.

But for this to happen I need to start testing stuff in a browser that less than 0.5% of the web users are using.

I can see 3 ways to update the current pages.

1. Fix the XMenu system to do object detection of all used objects (at least 10 objects would need to be tested)

2. Change the message and to just clearly state that the pages have not been tested with the current browser and will therefore use the backwards compatible navigation.

3. Use 2 but add an option to try anyways and store this option in a cookie.

erik

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When I visit WebFx with Konqueror I get some red text that says that I should upgrade to a browser that supports the webstandards,but Konqueror has excellent support for the W3C standards,plus it supports alot of the DOM and CSS specification.Most of the script work in Konqueror too,so isn't it possible to make the menu work too (or at least get rid of the silly red text.IE doesn't support the standards,but it doesn't display the message).



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