2002-07-06 14:08 UTC Trolls aren't just low dex, high strength creatures
Blizzard unfortunately fell for this poorly written troll, and countered each point accurately. Unfortunately, he inadvertently legitimised the following attack:
Mozilla also claims that its browser is the one that is most web standard compliant. [...] However, as a person who runs this website, I can with more than enough confidence conclude that [...] Mozilla has a lot less web standard features. For example, if you go to the my site with Mozilla, you will be redirected to a non-Internet Explorer page because Mozilla cannot handle any of the standards that it should.
In the interests of accuracy, I just want to point out that the site in question redirects users to
a different page because... Mozilla doesn't support Microsoft's DOM
document.all! Yes, I can see
cannot handle any of the standards that it should.
Andras, here's a hint: If you make your site standards compliant,
by simply changing
document.getElementById("id") and making sure
your CSS is actually per spec and not simply designed to work well
with IE, then you won't look quite so silly claiming that Mozilla
has a lot less web standard features, and I won't look quite so
silly responding to obvious trolls.