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Daniel Cody

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User since: 14 Dec 1998

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Web Developers have been dealing with coding

workarounds for years now. We all know that testing

Javascript and DOM objects in multiple browsers is a

good idea.

With the release of


developers will at last have a browser that fully

complies with the


(among other things). So how much work is it going to

take to make sure things display the way you

envisioned them between Netscape 4.x and 5.0 browsers?

Wave buh-bye to the <Layer> tag for one. Second,

check out this


that will give you some tips and tricks

to make sure that your pages will display correctly

across the majority of Netscape browsers.

Dan lives a quiet life in the bustling city of Milwaukee, WI. Although he founded what would become in 1998, he's since moved on to other projects and is now the owner of Progressive Networks, a Zimbra hosting company based in Milwaukee.

His personal site can be found at

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