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From "Nelson, Tracy M." <Tracy.Nel...@nelnet.net>
Subject RE: Standards Complaint Browser Campaign
Date Mon, 08 Jan 2007 16:10:17 GMT
| From: Pierre Goupil [mailto:goupilpierre@gmail.com]
| Sent: Saturday, 06 January, 2007 10:18
| 
| Does anyone know about Tomcat's generated HTML standards compliance ? In
| developpement, I'm using Firefox & Konqueror, but in production they will
| be
| using IE, so... Can it be that I run into problems ?

Um, is there some reason you aren't using the same browser in development
that they'll be using in production?  If not, you're just opening yourself
up for a world of hurt.  I would think it would be difficult to explain to
your boss why you have to do some emergency bug-fixing at the 11th hour
because you didn't test with the same browser that you *knew* they'd be
using in production.

Don't get me wrong, I use FF for all my development, but as soon as I finish
a feature the first thing I do is make sure it works correctly on IE.
There's just no excuse for not supporting the browser that dominates the
market (even if you have to use hacks or exceptions).

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