|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Problem with http://nylxs.com
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Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2001 06:38:46 -0800
To: David Sugar
Subject: Re: [hangout] Problem with http://nylxs.com
Cc: Ron Guerin , Jay Sulzberger ,
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I would like to see and XHTML people do that little calendar thingie without tables that nylxs has going.
At Tue, 13 Nov 2001 06:23:48 -0500 (EST) , David Sugar wrote:
>Strange this topic should come up. I actually have had been involved in a
>long and little known discussions about the future of gnu.org recently.
>Tables are not so bad with recent versions of Lynx, although of course we
>do not generally permit the use of frames on gnu.org. What will likely be
>done is to switch gnu.org to using xhtml, like fsf Europe has already
>done. I would suggest that approach for nylxs, as one can then transform
>the pages as needed as well as being able to machine validate pages,
>rather than simply depending on the "it looks ok in netscape and lynx, it
>must be fine" test :).
>On Mon, 12 Nov 2001 bandie-at-linuxfreemail.com wrote:
>> Can't you get rid og the tables with CSS stuff?
>> At 13 Nov 2001 00:52:36 -0500 , Ron Guerin wrote:
>> >On Mon, 2001-11-12 at 10:10, bandie-at-linuxfreemail.com wrote:
>> >> What is wrong with the HTML on NYLXS?
>> >Hmmm. Kind of an inside joke I guess. It was Ruben's resume we were
>> >talking about. It's simple HTML made from Netscape, but it's got a
>> >table in it, and I don't believe there is, or ever has been any such
>> >critter on a LXNY page.
>> >If there's a browser in use still anywhere in the universe that can't
>> >correctly render LXNY pages, stop it and get its autograph. ;)
>> >(who abuses the hell out of tables in a most un-LXNY-like manner)
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