Re: Web browsers?
Dominique Devriese wrote:
There is no standard as DHTML, but this is a standard term for dynamic
Georges Khaznadar writes:
email@example.com a écrit :
Do you mean that Konqueror now supports DHTML ?
It does and it has done so for a very long time.
If you have a problem with a certain website in konqueror, please file
a bug report on bugs.kde.org instead of trying to cause a flamewar on
an unrelated list.
By DHTML, i assume that you mean client side DHTML. in other word, DOM.
There is a binding to EMCA script v3 to DOM. In DOM L1 CORE includes a
method that you can ask the browser if it support the DOM module.
According the the browser them self, Konqueror 3.1 is only a little
better than Opera. And WAY behind Mozilla.
This is according the THE BROWSER THEM SELF...
Mozilla is THE ONLY BROWSER that lackes support for 1 or less method to
be able to be used with XML4DR and folowing standards at the same time.
(it lacked 1 method in may 2003, the save method in DOM L3 Load and Save).
% support (approx %) of the DOM modules.
MSIE = MSIE 6.5
Mozilla = Mozilla 1.3/1.4
Opera = Opera 7.1
Konq = Konqueror 3.1
MSIE: 50% claimed, 0% practical. (a bug in module, makes it not
implementet. But it claims to support it)
Konq : 100%
Michael Eric Menk