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[REBOL] Re: Usability (was FAQ)

From: jason:cunliffe:verizon at: 16-Sep-2002 15:45

> There is still a lot of debate about whether NN4 is worth targeting. The > answer really depends on your audience. Figures for the number of NN4 > visitors to a site vary from zero to 20% . One way not to antagonise NN4 is > to avoid doing anything too fiddly with tables. They were not its strong > point.
Yes.. For example, there's a detailed discussion about it here: The general thrust these days seems to be: - aim high and enjoy the late version browsers - but *don't* expect your NN4 pages to be render the same as others - however with a little extra planning, you can make them readable/accessible, which is what counts - meanwhile encourage _everyone_ to upgrade from these nightmares - CSS is great and is now being widely embraced, but one should not go too far insisting on no tables. For simple non-nested row-column data tables are still very useful, and can be combined well with CSS <DIV>. ./Jason