Moving ahead, Mr. Mozquito Sebastian Schnitzenbaumer and I worked exactly on
this issue last night. Seeing that this is an opportunity to enable Mozquito
to handle CSS better [there is an apparent disconnect between the XHTML and
CSSn specs. Oops], Sebastian said that his team will be correcting this soon.
Our revised site -- embedded site within a single page -- will be up probably
some time tonight PT. We're en route to San Diego for the CommerceNet
conference, and will try to get it up before tomorrow. I'll send y'all a
heads up when we're in business.
From: Mark Baker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Sally Khudairi <email@example.com>; Dan Kohn <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Fork
Date: Sunday, October 31, 1999 10:55 PM
Subject: Re: Updated home page
>At 07:59 PM 10/31/99 -0500, Sally Khudairi wrote:
>>Did you check out www.mozquito.org?
>>If you did, you wouldn't be in the sorry state that you mentioned. We, too,
>>are now XHTML-based, and it took us less than 45 minutes to get there
>You use stylesheets *and* "font"?! Ack! Doesn't Mozquito support
>cascading, even if Modernist doesn't have what you need? Even inline style
>would have been better than "font"! 8-O
>If you'd fix '<font size="-1">© 1999 ZOT Inc.</font>' you could be
>Strict instead of Transitional, the One True HTML
>namespace^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^Hschema. 8-) Kudos Dan.