The days of “this site is best viewed in...” are over! We shall no longer be discriminated against for using the browser of our choice. Forget tedious template management, and be prepared to save some dollars on bandwidth! The World Wide Web Consortium have come to agreement on the new Web Standards that will allow us to code and maintain our pages with far less effort, all the while resting assured that everyone can see them as we intended.
W3C Web Standards - Third Component: ECMAScript (Page 7 of 7 )
One very cool thing about using Web standards, is that your page becomes very readable on any platform or browser, even a PDA! If the style sheet is unavailable, the page just breaks down into the text and links. None of this table gobble-dee-gook.
You will be so happy you've converted. For once, conformity is a good thing, a darn good thing. Let us all embrace the world of standardization, and usher in era of nondiscriminatory browsing!
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