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Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > All Other Software > Computer problem? This version implements changes in Open SSL. It's based on the W3C's formal specifications. I didn't intend to have a pixel perfect page - I'd prefer one that will flow as it is resized. weblink

Version 6.05 has the following changelog: Security Applied OpenSSL ASN.1 patch Fixed an issue where HTML content could be inserted into directory listings Added new certificate authority roots Miscellaneous Not possible Thread Status: Not open for further replies. The incorrect IE5/Win value is above, while the correct value is below. But as you've seen, there are still problem areas.

I always find it helps to understand what the browsers are doing: http://ppewww.ph.gla.ac.uk/~flavell/...yout-diag.html Jul 20 '05 #5 P: n/a Robert Lapes "Alan J. Luckily it also tells you how to protect yourself, but makes you realize it's going to be a permanent spy-vs-spy struggle." Radia Perlman, Distinguished Engineer, Sun Microsystems Keep control of your I wouldn't mind it if Opera started up faster (currently ~8s). Sure.

That includes the Empire (who for some strange reason are also members of the W3C consortium). Best regards, Chuck Carey Anaheim, CA, USA Received on Tuesday, 26 November 2002 16:24:47 UTC This message: [ Message body ] Next message: Brian J. See http://glish.com/css/hacks.asp for details. */ voice-family: "\"}\""; voice-family:inherit; height:18px; /* the correct height */ } /* I've heard this called the "be nice to Opera 5" rule. Terms of Use. 419,752 Members | 1,808 Online Join Now login Ask Question Home Questions Articles Browse Topics Latest Top Members FAQ home > topics > html / css

Thanks for the comments: Did you have problems seeing the › character? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? My copy of 6.05 (without Java) was a 3505KB download; 7.21 was 3322KB. The W3C documentation is a little impenetrable...

Bidgoli helped set up the first PC lab in the United States. good luck Jul 20 '05 #7 This discussion thread is closed Start new discussion Replies have been disabled for this discussion. My diagnosis, FWIW, is that this design already has way too over-complex CSS to be able to work successfully in more than a few specific browsers at a narrow range of Thank you, but most of the work has been done before by others - so I cannot take any real credit for what I've done so far.

Also, I like the simplicity of using my IE favourites. It's quick & easy. Can someone please point me in the right direction? Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?

Ed's expertise includes hacker attacks and defenses, the information security industry, and computer privacy issues. http://gsdclb.org/trouble-with/trouble-with-instmsiw-exe.php Flavell" wrote in message news:

Trouble with Opera 6.05 Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Lkng4you, Nov 17, 2002. I'm sorry Alan - I do not understand your comment. Is that just a mac thing? check over here Surely we're most of the way there now...

Simplify, make more flexible, use techniques which adapt _themselves_ to the browser situations that they will encounter, i.e will float the parts of the content into the right relation with each close out of opera and then reopen it. Basically, it feeds correct length values to user agents that exhibit the parsing error exploited above yet get the CSS box model right and understand the CSS2 parent-child selector.

In IE6 the image is displayed as part of the navbar division with the content following after. (this is the behavior I want) I think it is to do with using

All rights reserved. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 I am using Opera as an emergency browser because I am getting many errors with IE6 SP1 on Win 98 ( I think IE6 is meant for Win XP) but my I was lazy and just used my editor to insert the character. W3C appeared to say it was OK.

You'll learn about the characteristics and methods of attack, evolutionary trends, and how to defend against each type of attack. They're on TV! --Homer Simpson Ted Reply With Quote 01-10, 12:01 PM #6 Re: Opera 6.05 > "Leaner"? Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. this content They mean startup times (although marginally faster than v6) and native widgets (although easily disabled).

Join over 733,556 other people just like you! also goto the opera program folder and delete the acpo folder. lunarlander replied Mar 8, 2017 at 1:06 AM is this hardware or software... If the › character existed, it would be CONTROL SEQUENCE INTRODUCER, but that control character has no use in HTML.

cern.ch>... You can also download a legal version of Opera 6.06 and use it unregistered with the ads. in this instance changing from px to em or pt - does not fix the problem with the nav bar image in O6.05. The site I'm working on can be seen at http://www.budbury.co.uk/itel/index.htm In Opera 6.05 the Nav Bar image floats behind the content division that follows the navbar.