These browsers are notorious at sucking at CSS (except opera, which is ok sometimes). You should contact their developers, IMO.
Monday, April 4, 2005
It's my understanding that Safari has come a long way recently in being more standards compliant, including CSS. Any word on what specifically doesn't work with the grid?
I ask as I do not have easy access to a mac.
Friday, April 8, 2005
Well, thinking in perspective (at least mine) it seems disturbing that the developers of Safari, Opera, and Konquerer haven't made their browsers CSS support better. As a result cross-browser scripting and styling becomes a nightmare. It's bad enough that Microsoft's Internet Explorer differs a lot concerning CSS. To make dynamic html support all browsers is a task that should be awarded with a couple of million dollars from Mr. Bill #$ personal bank account. I mean, we write year 2005, and yet the bleeding edge developers are not agreeing on standards. What are we to expect in 10 years from now?
However, the ActiveWidgets, is an excellent example of great coding style and dealing with browser issues in a very abstract kind of way, which leads me to beleive that more browsers will be supported and the guys behind are candidates to those previously mentioned $$$ (Pay Bill... Paaayyy!!!).
Psilo [at] Cyberspacement [dot] com
Monday, April 11, 2005
You are wrong, safari's css compliance is to standards, however the grid relies on some ms specific items 'border-box' sizing model, while safari complies strictly with standards and uses the 'content-box' model
So psilo, know what you're talking about before spouting off about who's browser needs to be more standards compliant.