Friday 26 December, 2003 ( 9:23PM GMT)
Originally, the page read (in relation to the
"In a peculiar twist, Internet Explorer leads the field in the implementation of these standard tags, whereas Mozilla, for example, won't take any notice". But, as Ian Hixon pointed out recently, the only reason IE takes notice when others don't is because it's a bit crazy. The more sensible, logical browsers like Mozilla actually do what they're supposed to and abide by the standards and the standards dictate that you can only apply borders, backgrounds, width and visibility properties to columns.