Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sun 19th Sep 2004 09:23 UTC
Internet & Networking A few days ago we read about the Deli Linux, which aims to fill-in the gap of Linux distros in the 486/586 machine range by running lightweight/older applications. The disto comes with Dillo and Links as its browsers, but I bet there aren't many people who know that there is yet another very lightweight browser for GTK+ 1.2.x and it is more powerful and more memory-optimized than Dillo: Access' NetFront. Check for info and screenshots inside.
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I can't wait until they phase out HTML and move to XHTML. It essentially fixes most of these problems by only working in a single, standard way. While this may be annoying to a lot of people who design pages with tags closed out of order, opened and closed in the wrong places, etc., it should make browser development significantly simpler since the browser won't have to "interpret" what the web developer really meant and try to render something appropriately.

As for Dillo not working as well, I agree with the post pointing out that Dillo does not yet support CSS. I'm pretty certain once they've got that coded, it'll be awesome all over again.