How many use old browsers (e.g. =< Netscape 4 or IE 6) as their ONLY source of web content?
billdegnan at gmail.com
Thu Jul 2 19:14:19 CDT 2015
I have been using Mosaic on my OpenVMS system, almost unusable, but fun.
It's more important in this day and age to keep up with the web publishing
standards than maintain backward compatibility. Google penalizes sites
that are not mobile friendly in their rankings. If you can't be found,
what's the point?
On Thu, Jul 2, 2015 at 7:24 PM, Chuck Guzis <cclist at sydex.com> wrote:
> On 07/02/2015 03:26 PM, Terry Stewart wrote:
>> I'm engaged in a Retrochallenge project where I'm recoding my
>> classic-computers.org.nz site to make it suitable for mobile platforms.
>> want to modernise the code as well, making it as close to HTML5 standard
>> I can
>> The RetroChallenge blog site is here.
>> In doing this, I will probably need to say goodbye to old browser
>> compatibility. As in old I mean Netscape 4 or earlier, and other pre-2000
>> browsers (and possibly IE 6, as it's not very standard).
> I've got a couple systems with IE 6.1, but generally I go for Opera 10.64
> or thereabouts. Still very useful and not very demanding on system
> I'll let you know about your web page later.
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