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Issue № 127

MSN, Opera, and Web Standards

by Håkon Wium Lie

Håkon Lie, the father of Style Sheets and CTO of Opera, debunks Microsoft’s claim that web standards have anything to do with the blocking of Opera and Mozilla users from MSN.com. Lie’s eye–opening commentary includes a chart analyzing all 63 top–level pages at MSN.com in terms of standards compliance.

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On Our Radar: Self-Centered Edition

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