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    movement mechanism constructor

    *** deleted for personal reasons - with apologies ***
    Last edited by eggman; 03-26-2003 at 10:35 PM.

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    What? No working example page?

    You're gonna make me cut-n-paste, aren't you?
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    Sorry, I don't have a web site yet. I've been offline for over a year and all my old sites are outdated or are being or have been closed. I am in the process of finding a host now. The above was part of a package that managed automated demos.

    (There used to be an f2.com that look very promising. Anyone know whatever happened to them?)

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    they went down the tubes, if i remmeber correctly....

    goto brinkster.com....they been very stable lately

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    Try freedom2operate, f2o.org.
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    Thanks for the info, folks. I'm on it...

    Quiet Storm, do you really only develop for IE? 95%+ of my projects have been like that. I dream of a world with only one browser, but alas, browser police knocking at my door keep waking me up...

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    If you're only going to code for one browser, you may as well only code for the most advanced, standards-compliant browser available.

    But of course if you do that, it won't work in IE
    "Why bother with accessibility? ... Because deep down you know that the web is attractive to people who aren't exactly like you." - Joe Clark

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    All too true.

    If I was going to make a living doing web development, I'd go to where most of the work was, pad my pockets, then get philosophical after.

    Luckily, I don't have to, so pardon me if I get cheeky about browsers and standards. I mean no harm.

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    Originally posted by eggman
    Quiet Storm, do you really only develop for IE?
    Yep.

    When NS6 came out and the coding for NS4 wasn't compadible on it's own "Upgraded" browser, I knew the madness had to stop somewhere!

    I picked IE because I could do all the little 'tricks' I wanted on my site - without a lot of excess coding.

    The way I see it, my site is my art. I'd like it viewed in a certain way (a certain museum , if you will)- if someone doesn't like to view it that way, fine. Can't please everyone...

    And besides, 97% of my visitors are IE users.
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    Hmm...

    Version 2: I made homepages for Mosaic. Netscape rendered them better, ie2 worse. No js except for writing out datetimes.

    Version 3: IE3 had a cool frames implementation, but otherwise I kept to Netscape 3 Gold - tons of javascript.

    Version 4: Ignored Netscape in all ways. Even more JS, but now used for different things.

    Version 5: W3C all the way - If Mozilla can do it, who cares whether the others can't?


    All in all, I've been a one-browser-developer all the way. Since I'm a hobbyist and not a professional, though, this might be because of my lack of incentive to work in more than my favorite browser.



    Today, though, I code for a number of browsers - Moz, op7, ie6w - and try to get ie5m and saf/konq compatibility as well. The first browsers I would drop are definitely the iem, then iew - they are kinda outdated.
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