With regard to the issues people have been having using non-recent versions
of Netscape and Internet Explorer, I think it is important for a web site
recognize the diversity of its users. Not everyone who accesses ILW.COM is
an attorney who can afford the latest computers with the fastest processors
and fattest hard drive, which is what the recent versions of Netscape and
Internet Explorer require. Your site may be accessed in a public library
with donated computers, viewed by those whom you especially want to reach
out to with the latest immigration information. ILW.COM has obviously spent a
lot of time and thought in designing and creating your site. In my
there is simply no reason for limiting your potential audience by
recommending/requiring the use of those browsers.
I use the Opera web browser which is not a resource
hog like Netscape and Internet Explorer, is web standards-compliant, and is
blazingly fast. I have no problems whatsoever using this browser to view
I suggest that you have a look at the 'Best Viewed with Any Browser'
campaign and try to make future
versions of ILW.COM compliant with the 'Accessible Site Design'
You may also want to consider the guidelines and helpful tips at the World
Wide Web Consortium.
Both sites discuss how to make your site accessible to everyone. This way
ILW.COM can ensure that as many users as possible can take advantage of the
information published and enjoyed on ILW.COM.
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