The Webstandards project (WASP) is back. WASP originally had the goal to encourage browser makers to build w3c compliant programs – and they have suceeded. Now, that all modern browser support standard compliant code and are able to render CSS without bugs, it was time for phase 2 of the WASP: Though todayís browsers support [...]
Archive for June, 2002
In case you are looking for a fast, standards compliant browser, check out the new Mozilla 1.0. Especially users who still use Netscape 4.7 might want to upgrade: It’s not from Microsoft, it’s stable, it’s free, and you can choose the old-school Netscape look if you like it that much . And it’s available for [...]
From July 15 to July 17, 2002 the first SVG Conference will be held at ETH Zurich. The Conference is being organized by the W3C and ETH’s Institute of Cartography. A background Article on the conference can be found at ETH-Life (German). More information can be found on the Conference Web-Site http://www.svgopen.org/.
A short message from your news provider Quack Internet Solutions: We’ve decided to publish our news in English, starting today. Why? Our referrer logs show that a large fraction of our visitors uses the Google translate function to view our site. Now back to our regular news-schedule: NYC-based Zeldman.com celebrates it’s 7th year online. Congratulations! [...]