Professionals and Academics Network
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Mon Mar 26 14:07:06 EST 2001
To satisfy all those who got into this discussion, ProAcad is now accessible
for Netscape as well as IE browsers.
ProAcad, Professionals and Academics Network
"Dan Barnes" <dbarnes at liv.ac.uk> wrote in message
news:98ogk2$rco$1 at news.liv.ac.uk...
> >> On Wed, 7 Mar 2001, Professionals and Academics Network
> >> > Greetings everyone. First of all the reason for using I
> >E5.x was not a
> >> > conspiracy by Bill Gates :)
> >> >
> >> > I restrict access to IE5.x users because I built this ap
> >plication using
> >> > Visual Basic script and XML/XSL (an acronym for Extensib
> >le Markup
> >> > Language/Extensible Stylesheet Language), both technolog
> >ies in my
> >> > enabled a fast turn-around and an efficient application
> >display without
> >> > having you downloading executable files to your PC.
> Sorry for jumping in here (and I may be missing something) but
> why don't you host the site on ASP servers and do all the VBScript
> and XML/XSL stuff server side? That way you wouldn't be cutting
> out a reasonable section of your target audience?
> Just a thought,
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