Back button (I did it.)
joe at artlung.com
Wed Dec 11 17:02:41 CST 2002
On 11 Dec 2002, Randal L. Schwartz wrote:
whole-cloth. The server-side technologies and the client-side ones can
live and work well together, ya know. :-)
And yet, many web-based applications are built to be targeted to a certain
core set of browsers installed across a corporate environement - and often
have a place in web applications. They work best when implemented well
with server-side technologies.
> such code from working
This does happen, and presumably, a responsible web author is aware or not
aware of his or her audience, and knows if this is the case for /their/
audience. Presuming that because /generally/ some people are unable to use
leap that makes no sense.
> 5: I'm smart enough to notice I have a "back" button, thank you.
and back buttons can create a nice and simple interface. For example in a
on the UI framework, and how usable it is.
it. Figure out what you want your html to be, and adjust your perl code
Just thought I'd toss my client-side centric thoughts in there. Not
meaning to flame or defend anyone in particular.
Joe Crawford, web journeyman. San Diego Calif. USA http://artlung.com/
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