RE: next attempt at pretty, portable web pages
I like it under ie4! Clean, readable, nice looking.
On Saturday, January 30, 1999 2:40 PM, Gordon Matzigkeit [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org] wrote:
> Hi, all!
> I've taken Matthias' main entry web page and rewritten it to use a
> table instead of an HTML frameset. This should make it portable to
> all browsers, since browsers that don't understand tables will just
> lay out the navigation bar before the document contents.
> It is readable to me in Netscape 4.x, Lynx, and emacs-w3 (though w3's
> notion of `bgcolor' makes things look slightly ugly). Please try it
> with your own browsers, and tell me what you think.
> If everybody likes the new layout, then we can figure out a good way
> to apply it to the other pages (perhaps automatically, so we don't
> have to modify umpteen-million different navigation bars every time we
> add new important pages).
> Here's the URL:
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