Re: Mozilla Expires: 'correctness' checks?

From: Dancer <>
Date: Fri, 01 May 1998 16:00:47 +1000

Bill Wichers wrote:
> On Fri, 1 May 1998, David J N Begley wrote:
> Actually, when used in conjunction with a good directory tree for the
> website, the image size tags can improve the apparent load speed of a
> page. Users like to be able to start reading the page immediatly, and
> image sized tags generally allow the textual information to be rendered by
> the browser before the pages images have been transferred.
> I wasn't aware that the Netscape sources had become available yet. I
> thought they were going to wait until they had Navigator 5.0 at some
> magic point in development. Does it look like any of the list's "dream
> features" will be able to be easily implemented or modified to work
> "correctly"? Netscape has all kinds of quirks in its handling of IMS stuff
> right now. Any user of MRTG will attest to this...

I ran across it quite by accident. I was under the same impression up
until then. It's certainly tempting me to do a slightly customised
version with the local ISP name in it, and some correctness fixes for


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