Are w3c Standards Only for windows Sites-and-users?

Sam Hartman hartmans at
Mon Jun 16 18:26:50 UTC 2014

>>>>> "Karen" == Karen Lewellen <klewellen at> writes:

    Karen> Again, on the contrary, at least for Lynx.  the lynx browser
    Karen> is updated regularly across platforms and for different
    Karen> operating systems.  the browser is used not only by those
    Karen> experiencing sight loss, but by those in many countries where
    Karen> high graphics browsers are problematical because of how the
    Karen> Internet exists in those countries.  

 I don't think we're in agreement that the Lynx feature set is
 compatible with  what the web community would generally regard as
I'll note that the pace of Lynx stable releases is much slower than  the
 development speed of other browsers and that's a significant issuein
 and of itself.
I was not able to find a discussion of javascript support in
 lynx-current.  If you can point me at a description of what javascript
 modern lynx-current supports I'd be very interested in that.

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