On 21 Nov, David W Mills <david(a)tenmagpies.demon.co.uk> wrote:
In message <4e893e0969dhwild(a)talktalk.net> David H Wild
>In article <08e935894e.ricp(a)user.minijem.plus.com>, Richard Porter
>> If you go to the Transport for London web site at
you get a whole load of garbage about
>> marquees just under the site navigation. Should NetSurf be
>> suppressing this or is it faulty coding on the web page?
>It doesn't show any such garbage with O2, so there must be some
>interaction between the coding and Netsurf. I notice that the source
And here it hung my Iyonix whilst navigating to another page!
So much for website accessibility, something which I thought was an
obligatory part of all government websites these days. Or did I sit
through a lecture on this for nowt?
Seems to pick up OK with O1, though obviously it can't handle the CSS, but
no hanging here on an RPC SA233, although the weather graphic on the
"explore-london" page looks badly laid out (text overwrites the graphics -
probably badly designed).
//\ // Chika <zvlhxv(a)penfuarg.bet.hx. - ROT13>
// \// Guess what? Google *doesn't* own Usenet! Boycott Google now!
... Don't blame me! I just test the thing!