On Thu, 2014-02-13 at 15:45 +1300, Rob Kampen wrote: > At this point it may be better to move the conversation, bug reporting > to firefox / mozilla as CentOS will only faithfully reproduce what > upstream (both redhat and mozilla org ) deign to provide. > Have you tried chromium? konqueror? I use these on the odd occasions > (couple of times a week) that a web site appears to malfunction, and > usually manage to get around the problem. I must admit, it is getting > frustrating to navigate the web with all the different bells and > whistles that site developers try to implement, only to find that one's > selected browser fails to render .... Latest Konqueror = 2005 from KDE 3.5.4-26.el5.centos.1 Red Hat renders <ol type="a"> as digits. Its also got a bad rendering fault with some CSS items (cuts the top off). Last Chromium = 2011 http://www.linux-powered.com/~ryoji.kamei/ChromiumCentOS5.xhtml "Suspension of the maintenance announcement I won't update Chromium binary rpms any more, because Chromium-14 hits a bug in binutils that CentOS/RHEL 64bit edition has. Actually I had built 32bit version of Chromium-14 with my modification, so if I provides special tool-chain for building it on 64bit edition, I can continue to maintenance probably. However I think binaries that are built on my own tool-chain are no longer for CentOS-5. So I suspend the work until the bug is fixed in CentOS/RHEL." The links do not exist. Suppose I will have to locate all <ol type ....> and manually changed them :-( I just wish HTML and the browsers would remain stable ! Best regards, -- Paul. England, EU. Our systems are exclusively Linux. No Micro$oft Windoze here.