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Hi there

I am trying to design a web page which will look good and use reasonably new HTML features but will still be viewable by the vast majority of web users, hence the following question:

Does anybody know were I could find statistics about how many people on the net using are using which web browser and what HTML standard they are capable of.

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For browser statistics try:

http://browserwatch.internet.com/stats/stats.html

http://www.webtrends.com/PRODUCTS/WEBTREND/REPORTS/industry/browser/default.htm

or try  http://werple.net.au/~dwalker/front38.htm (it's in Australia but has links to articles about browsers in general including statistics)

But if you want to find out for yourself...do a little research try just putting in "browser statistics" (without the quotes) in a search engine and BOOM, you'll have more stats then you know what to do with.

For HTML standards?

http://scratch.abanet.org/lpm/xchg/webstyle/home.html
http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/
http://www.cs.kuleuven.ac.be/~jand/Cursussen/VDAB-Internet/HTML/

and just for plain good design information (and how to set up a web site) try this one:

http://www.imatix.com/html/xitami/index10.htm

Hope this helps



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jrlb3ll Thank you
answer was very usefull

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