Reply 12900 of 16379, by Bruninho
Today I basically gave up to my plan of trying to make a version of my website to work with vintage browsers (IE5+). Nowadays, is much easier to build a site because HTML5 and CSS3 (and soon, CSS4) are so damn powerful. So why should I limit myself to very old techniques that always ended in pain/headaches back when I was just a rookie in my career? So I gave up...
But it’s not a complete disaster, I decided to give a treat to my old browsers with the WRP (Web Rendering Proxy) script. I believe the guy behind it is doing a great job on it. Meanwhile, I will just redo my website following the actual trends and lighter than actual version for modern browsers. My plan B was to serve the mobile version to older browsers (Actually it wasn’t a bad plan, just a tough work to make it happen because it needed ECMAScript 2 version of JS)....
Right now I am playing some SimTower classic fun to relax after a decent Monday of work.
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