June 25, 2000 at 12:31 AM
For people who struggle with cross-browser dHTML coding - it's not officially announced on the Netscape or Mozilla sites yet so just wanted to let you all know the good news. In the process of writing part 2 of the standards-compatible browser tutorial, I was able to get confirmation from Eric Krock, Technical Manager at Netscape, that Netscape 6 will support innerHTML! It's time to do the happy nerdy dance! Standards purists may be dismayed because innerHTML is not part of the W3C's standards specs but it's just so makes sense to include it. You can test it out by downloading the current Mozilla build.