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did I do somthing wrong im just try to share somthing with other ?!DutchDaemon said:Not specifically you, or anyone. Just don't want a pointless browser war with matching lingo in here.
So if the 'case for Opera' is now complete, we'll just move on and use and support whatever we like.
This post is made of pure win.fonz said:True.
Nevertheless, he raises an interesting point. If you have a very dominant position, you can try to "bend" standards and use your market share to move web designers towards your "standard" rather than the real one.
We've seen this in the past when the Microsoft-Netscape war was at its high (I'm talking about the mid to late '90s when the Internet Explorer was at version 3, 4 or maybe 5 and Netscape was at version 3 or 4). Both browsers suported several unique tags (remember Microsoft's <MARQUEE> monstrosity?) that were not part of any standard and if you as a webmaster wanted to build a site that looked good in both browsers, you had to go through quite a bit of trouble.
And even today, when HTML/CSS is highly standardized, many (less educated?) webdesigners seem to have a "it works with the latest MSIE so it's good" philosophy.
Odd thing is that although Opera is said to be one of the most standard-compliant browsers, several sites don't work (well) with it. I'd like to chalk that one up to poor webdesign (and/or application programming, as the case may be), but that means there are a lot of bad webdesigners out there.
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This is exactly why browsers like Opera, which insist on following the standards, fail to work on many of these sites.
darkshadow said:google try using chrome to track you and violete your privasy by sending unqiue key to identify you
Suggest + client id = trake all site that you visit
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it just your opinion if you have any reference I will be happy , by the way what I will benefit from supporting opera im not a spamer if I would I will sell micorsoft software (.net application ) I would not even post in open source forumAlt said:I dont like opera =) It have completely weird caching algorythm - its something between firefox's and ie6's algorithm so its not totally crap and not standard-compliant. Its between..
Alt said:As a web developer i put opera near ie6. For example. It does not have really good css hacks. If you push ctrl-f5/ctrl-r in firefox, chrome, ie - they will reload ALL files for current html page, using If-Modified-Since HTTP 1.1 header. Even IE7+ do what i want when ask to reload page. Opera does what it wants this case (try to predict file modified or not). But sometimes it uses this option. Sometimes. As IE6.
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killasmurf86 said:The only way I found to work was completely close opera and reopen my page.
Preferences -> Advanced -> Historykillasmurf86 said:And I must admit, that opera can suck sometimes with it's stupid image cache.
Even if all else fails, opening the image and reloading it should always work.killasmurf86 said:The only way I found to work was completely close opera and reopen my page.