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    Anyone heard about an Opera Browser?

    Hello,

    Someone sent me this:

    I just joined your wonderful program but Im dissapointed to see it doesnt support the Opera browser.

    I tried both with IE6 and Opera, and all I get under Opera is a "wrong
    link" when the maze screen should appear.

    I dont know about other browsers like Mozilla or firebird, but Opera
    (7.23) definitely isnt supported correctly (usually this is due to MS not
    supporting W3C standards in HTML code and not Operas fault....)

    Please lmk if you can fix this, Id love to use Mystical Maze more often !

    And Ill not be going back to some insecure and slow IE....
    Anyone know what this means?

    Thanks,

    Robert Palmer

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    Hi,

    you can download an ad-ware version of opera @ http://www.opera.com
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    Ok, so what does this mean?

    Hello QuietDean,

    Thanks for the download, I'll have to try it out and get a look!

    My site is made up of mostly html and is run with php!

    usually this is due to MS not
    supporting W3C standards in HTML code and not Operas fault....)
    Is there a fix for this?

    Thanks, Robert

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    Yes. Code your webpages to the standards and hope things get better (They are a lot better than they were already. 2 years ago, you had to code a site for each major browser :/ )
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