When good browsers go bad — and they all do

Better browsers. Better standards. Better tools. So why are Web pages still breaking?

By Robert L. Mitchell

February 24, 2009 (Computerworld) Jeffrey Zeldman must have thought he'd never live to see the day. Ten years after he co-founded the Web Standards Project, all of the major browser vendors have shown renewed commitment to supporting World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards in the last few years — and they're following through.


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