We strive to make our site 100% HTML5 and CSS3 compliant based on the standards set by W3C. This ensures compatiblity with all browsers that follow web standards.
The tmzVPS website works best in Firefox, Chrome, Opera, and Safari at a 1024x768 or higher resolution.
The answer to this is simple. Web Standards.
Internet Explorer is known for not following the W3C web standards and attempting to make their own rules. The versions of IE that respect web standards will work just fine with our site, but we do not go out of our way to make the site work with versions of IE that do not.
More about Web Standards can be found below
To make internet a better place, for both developers and visitors, it is important that both browsers and Web developers follow the Web standards.
When developers follow the Web standards, the development is simplified, since it is easier for a developer to understand another's coding.
Using Web standards will ensure that all browsers will display your Web site properly, without time-consuming rewrites.
Accessibility is an important part of the HTML standard.
Web standards make it easier for people with disabilities to use the Web.
Blind people can use programs to read Web pages for them. People with poor eye sight can rearrange and magnify standard Web pages.
W3C creates and maintains the Web standards.
From Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, director and founder of the World Wide Web consortium:
"The dream behind the Web is of a common information space in which we communicate by sharing information."
As developers, especially when creating educational Web sites, we can help turn this dream into reality.