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> > Why would anyone intentionally limit
> > visitors in such a way? It seems to me this is like a store
> saying, "You must
> > drive a Ford to shop here." Has anyone else ever seen such a
> It *is* odd coming from a company claiming to provide "information
> services for the
> world wide web." Maybe they simply rely *very* heavily on FrontPage
> extensions. ;-)
Tracy...it's comments like these that make people believe that FP is
worse than it really is. FP extensions have nothing to do with
Browser, other than the ability of FP as an html authoring tool to
incorporate IE (or for the matter NS) specific code elements.
You and I know that you were saying it toungue in cheek, but alot of
people take this stuff as gospel.
I tend to think that it's reliance on IE5 may have something to do
with its reliance on xtml, as mentioned on the logion page that I saw
when I access it from IE5
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