IE 6 Switches to Standards

“As long as there has been more than one browser in this world, there’s been a need for those browsers to agree about how they show Web content. And as str

“As long as there has been more than one browser in this world, there’s been a need for those browsers to agree about how they show Web content. And as straightforward as that sounds, it’s been an arduous journey. Over the years, official consortiums, industry watchdogs and countless online resources have been forced into existence out of sheer need to create standards, track their implementation, and make noise when things go wrong. With so many people working so hard, you’d think we’d be getting closer to a world of standards compliance, where developers can simply write code based on a specification and assume it will work in all browsers. Isn’t that what standards are for, after all? Good news, folks. We’re another little step closer.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE