[whatwg] 2.2.1. DOM feature strings
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Mon Nov 7 08:03:01 PST 2005
On Mon, 07 Nov 2005 17:44:48 +0200, Anne van Kesteren
<fora at annevankesteren.nl> wrote:
> Quoting ROBO Design <robodesign at gmail.com>:
> Nobody in his right mind would use hasFeature to check for support. It
> is merely
> there for compatibility and joy.
> How else can you check if XHTML support is on? Furthermore, XHTML 2 does
> define DOM interfaces so that should not be a problem. (They're not
> planning to
> do so either.)
> Neh. If all goes well the specification will eventually be called HTML 5.
> Incremental innovation. How do you check which user agent supports
> How do you check which user agent supports the CSS color value "orange"?
Hehe. Thanks for the reply. So, the hasFeature is ... just a trap for
developers. Maybe the WA 1.0 spec should provide more reasons for not
using hasFeature, just like you did now.
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