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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report
Friday July 05, 2002
I'm actively participating on a small scale in
the anybrowser campaign. I use Opera 6.0 when
I can, and increasingly I'm finding that I can't.
Sites such as
just don't work under Opera 6.0. I've emailed
Argos and Odeon (both of which are apparently
just about to do a redesign which will solve
and the Trainline, who replied with a bland
email to recommend that I use Internet Explorer.
I'm waiting for their response to my reply on
I'm stating the following in these emails
I am a genuine customer (or potential customer)
of the site
My preferred browser is Opera 6.0, which I am
unable to use
It is possible to create a site that caters for
This is recommended by internet standards
(links to W3C
Not sure that this will have a great effect,
but I suppose every little helps, and it makes
that site management realise that there are some
customers who are pushing for web standards.
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