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New www.opera.com site
pure tableless CSS layout!
starway




msg:1202100
 2:04 pm on Oct 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

Look at it now: www.opera.com
The new site is up today.

This serves as an excellent example of cross-browser CSS layout. Good job Opera! (Seems like O7 release is coming very soon)

Just one thing is missing by my opinion: downgrade styles for NN4.

 

moonbiter




msg:1202101
 2:14 pm on Oct 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

I like it. Works well in Mozilla and looks much more polished (and thus, professional) than their old site.

I look forward to Opera 7. It probably won't make me give up Mozilla (too many goodies for web developers in that browser), but I look forward to the day when as many browsers as possible support CSS and DOM.

dingman




msg:1202102
 3:11 pm on Oct 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

I know I won't give up Mozilla and its derivatives, because even if Opera were perfect I think RMS is right about mroe things than he's wrong about. However, I'm very glad that Opera exists, and looking forward to Opera 7. The more browsers support the full, standard DOM and the rest of the modern standards, the happier I am.

Noticed the new Opera site yesterday. Didn't even think to see how they put it together, as I was just there to see if they had a PalmOS version.

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