Alternatives to the W3C (was Re: Alternatives to the W3C)

Didier PH Martin martind at
Sat Jan 22 14:31:15 GMT 2000

Hi David,

David said:
Two words:  links, lists.  IE5 handles neither its XML/CSS support.

I happen to use both of them constantly in content I produce.  Doing
without is not an option.

Didier replies:
I agree, this is missing in this still imperfect product. So, your rendition
language of choice for XML is CSS if I understand you well. I hope Microsoft
people are listening. Do you hear us?

missing in IE5:
- CSS: support for links
	support for table
	support for list
	support for XPath
	adapt to new recommendation modifications since the release.

Also, to the SUN, the AOL and the IBM of this world, can you please just put
some money or resources in Mozilla and walk your talk just for a moment.

Didier PH Martin
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