23rd June 23:08
... IE fails to pass value while Mozilla and Netsacpe works
email@example.com (John Everett) writes:
This is true. And so long as they really are _Perl_ CGI questions
(and not FAQs and not SAQs and not trivially answered in the manual)
they are accepted.
If they are actually language independant CGI questions that happen to
be expressed in Perl then you'll find they are met with varying
degrees of annoyance depending on how obvious it is that they are
Language independant CGI questions that make no mention of Perl are
almost always met with distain.
Why would that be? Even if you'd falsely concluded that non-Perl CGI
questions were on-topic here, your question not only had nothing to do
with Perl, it also had nothing to do with CGI. Your question was
purely one about HTML and web browsers.
No, people should take responsibility for their own actions.
People should lurk for a while to figure out what is and what is not
considered acceptable. Note: the fact that some topic is often posted
about here does not mean you can infer it's on-topic. Before you
could infer that you'd have to check that it doesn't always draw a
chorus of diapproval.
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