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BetaNews: Netscape 6 Given Applause - by Web Standards Project

Dec 08, 2000, 18:31 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Netscape 6 has been applauded by The Web Standards Project ("WaSP") for being the most standards-compliant browser on the Web. The new browser, based on the open source Mozilla project, now supports HTML 4, XML 1.0, CSS-1, DOM Level 1, ECMAScript, and key components of CSS-2. According to WaSP, Netscape 6 has exceeded all previous browsers in the support for W3C and other Web standards."

"Recently, other browsers have delivered solid support for several key Web standards, but none goes as far as Netscape has now gone," reported Jeffrey Zeldman, WaSP leader. "When The Web Standards Project was formed, we asked browser makers to support five key Web standards. Netscape is the first to do exactly what we asked."

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