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From Jeff Turner <>
Subject Re: [RT] Getting rid of the table-based layout
Date Mon, 11 Nov 2002 11:45:17 GMT
On Mon, Nov 11, 2002 at 11:38:25AM +0100, Nicola Ken Barozzi wrote:
> >Nowadays you can get a perfectly capable browser in an airport, a library,
> >and even a cell phone.  I worked for a company that used Mozilla as a
> >rendering engine prior to serialization to a Palm device.  Even Palm
> >devices are becoming CSS aware!  XHTML+CSS would be more efficient
> >for these access points especially when some of them have per kilobyte and
> >per minute charges.  The fact that links can render tables at all is 
> >amazing,
> >but who can't get a graphical browser these days?  The only people I can
> >think of who can't effectively use a graphical web browser are the visually
> >impaired -- and they aren't using links for text retrieval for the reasons
> >mentioned above.
> It's not me you have to convince, it's an important user we have.

No-one has to convince anyone :)  Forrest provides the skins, users
decide.  We can provide as many skins as we can maintain.

How about we have a docs/ directory in each skin, describing the skin's
characteristics, with screenshots on various browsers?


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