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Opera is better in CSS2 than Mozilla

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Post Posted November 24th, 2002, 5:35 pm


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Post Posted November 24th, 2002, 7:13 pm

Looks like his tests were flawed.

"Proprietary syntax" to choose between the W3C and MS DOM?

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Post Posted November 24th, 2002, 7:39 pm

mfk wrote:"Proprietary syntax" to choose between the W3C and MS DOM?


it says "Proprietary syntax" to choose between the standard (W3C) box model and the one IE5 and earlier used

this is not related to DOM

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Post Posted November 24th, 2002, 7:52 pm

Most CSS2 tests are hardly real life example of webpages.
That said, Mozilla hardly has anything to envy to Opera: the counter property, and what else?

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Post Posted November 24th, 2002, 8:24 pm

In any case, you'd exect Opera to have really good CSS support considering the creator of CSS is a major Opera player.
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Post Posted November 24th, 2002, 8:50 pm

Shark Daddy wrote:In any case, you'd exect Opera to have really good CSS support considering the creator of CSS is a major Opera player.


Too bad all versions of Opera up through 6 had marginal CSS support. Just because the creator's part of the W3C doesn't guarantee standards compliance.

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Post Posted November 25th, 2002, 4:53 am

Mozilla has still shortcomings, Mozilla should get better. What else can one say?

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Post Posted November 25th, 2002, 2:26 pm

mfk wrote:Too bad all versions of Opera up through 6 had marginal CSS support. Just because the creator's part of the W3C doesn't guarantee standards compliance.


Opera attributes this to the shortcomings of their first engine. I don't think I buy that though...
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