BenoitRen Posted September 17, 2009 Share Posted September 17, 2009 You were making a moral evaluation on a piece of code. There not ugly or beautiful codes, nor good or bad.Only codes that work and other that don't.Wrong. There is good code and there is bad code. Every programmer and web developer worth their salt knows that.True the W3C didn't bend but more exactely it was M$ finaly getting a look at the largely FireFox-based W3C recommandations as their browser market share shrank rapidly.Wrong again. IE6 fixed IE's broken box model back in 2001, for one thing.The W3C recommendations are not Firefox-based. I urge you once more to get educated. The W3C has existed for a long time; long before Firefox ever existed. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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