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6.02 Beta Build 1061 (Mar 20, 2002)
I'm sorry but saying "Opera is the most standards-compliant browser" and "IE doesn't support standards" simply isn't true. I use 100% valid XHTML 1.1 and CSS for layout - I have *NEVER* had a page render 100% correctly without modification within Opera - even when they have worked in IE6/Mozilla. IE now supports pretty much all of HTML4, CSS1 (with the majority of CSS2), DOM1, XSLT, XPath - the list goes on and on. Technically Mozilla is in the lead for standards-support. I'd say IE and Opera were pretty much on a par - good intentions but often poorly implemented.
1.04 Beta 1 (Feb 2, 2002)
Oh, I forgot to add that this also compresses all content and meta tags - so pages compressed with this won't appear on search engines. I can't believe the author is actually asking for money for this.
1.1.51 Beta (Nov 24, 2001)
Oh also, you have to type those url's below in while the google toolbar options page is displayed. Get it up by clicking the google logo to the left of the toolbar and selecting "toolbar options".
1.1.51 Beta (Dec 2, 2001 - 10:12 AM)
> there seems to be a lot of people pulling "facts" out of their ass
> Now let's start naming solid facts:
> - IE 6 doesn't support CSS transparency. Netscape 6.2 does.
Funny solid fact, that - IE6 supports many more transparency effects than NS6.2 does.
> First of all, Netscape 4.x sucked, and continues to suck. Netscape people know this, IE people know this. Netscape 4.x is just as standards-ignorant as IE 4.x was, if not moreso.
Please don't bash IE4 for being standards-ignorant, as most of the standards simply did not exist at the time of its release.
Maybe you could give the IE6 team for a bit of praise for actually attempting to follow standards (near-full HTML4, DOM1, CSS1, SMIL2) - instead of comparing it to an unstable, beta-quality browser?