[Seaside] ie6 and xhtml
boris at deepcovelabs.com
Thu Apr 3 02:46:24 UTC 2008
I strongly disagree, if you are planning on making money with your site, you absolutely should invest in proper design from day 1. Obviously if this is just for internal use or for learning, no point spending money.
-Boris (via BlackBerry)
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Sent: Wed Apr 02 19:43:25 2008
Subject: Re: [Seaside] ie6 and xhtml
Keith Hodges wrote:
> It turns out that seaisde doesnt send the <?xml prolog as standard,
> but pier does.
> So I have taken it out for the time being... and things are looking
> much better.
> I agree, so where does one find one of these super designers ?
Well, I wouldn't recommend hiring a designer unless you're making real
money on your site -- in which case you *obviously* need to hire someone
to do this stuff.
The XHTML problem comes from "quirks mode", btw. IE6 doesn't know about
XHTML, so it renders it as "old fashioned crappy" HTML. Thanks Microsoft.
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