tmricha - 6:04 pm on Nov 26, 2003 (gmt 0) So my question is this: Thanks for all of your help
On the last redesign of our corporate internet site, a coworker and I had a disagreement about what level of captability the site should be designed for. She argued the "corporate standard" was IE5...etc etc...Netscape 4.x. The disagreement came from what the 4.x included. In theory the X should include everything from 0-9, but I argued that 4.7 was a much more heavily used browser and was much more feature rich than the previous main version of 4.2. Because of design requirements for what was wanted on the site, I argued that programming for browser checks and compatibility to 4.2 would be way to costly/time consuming. What was wanted could be done for down to 4.7 in a matter of weeks, but to configure compatibility down to 4.3 could take months. I did some *brief* research trying to find browser usage (specific enough to distinguish between 4.2 and 4.7), but had no luck.
Does the wonderful webmaster world community have any suggestions or known locations for such statistics on a major (approaching global) scale?
So my question is this:
Thanks for all of your help