All is not lost
Although I've yet to convince them to lose the
development project is intended to be compliant on
all of Windows IE, Mac IE, Netscape and Mozilla.
The Java is not essential to view the site, just
the pretty add-ons. Hell, it's vaguely useable in
Our intranet has gone from an IE-only botch to
something approximating interoperability.
I don't see what the problem with supporting
CSS is - it was intended to replace the mess of
tag information that made HTML parsers so hard to
write in the first place. It's a good
specification, fairly simple and based on open
The important thing is for all of us who work
in IT to pressure our managers, who almost
universally don't understand our complaints, that
a little extra effort in development will gain us
a wider (if not much wider) user base, and kudos
among the People Who Count...