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    i apologise if this has been mentioned before but check out this webmonkey article, it explains how you can use IE6 in two modes, so one way it's compatible with all the old sites and the other way it's compatible with the W3C standards, like netscrap 6.

    kinda cool.


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    Technically, every page on the Web should start with a document type declaration, Doctype for short. This holdover from the prehistoric SGML days tells the browser exactly what type of code to expect. So if you view the source of a Web page created by a conscientious Web developer, you should find something like this:

    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
    hmmm...thats odd that they dont have a doctype

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    Ha!

    As if you'd be using explorer anyway!
    Get with the program and go to http://www.opera.com
    I'm only a recent convert, but damn, it's soooooo much better...
    [Edited by juztyn on 04-07-2001 at 02:32 AM]

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