The CSS1 support chart known as the mastergrid disappeared when Web Review’s servers got shut off, which has apparently caused some anguish in the community. Anguish no more! It’s back online now, thanks to Netscape DevEdge. Actually, there are three charts now, with more planned for the future.
There are also plans afoot to (finally!) get the charts expanded to include browsers that have been released since the end of 2000. You know, like
two three major releases of Opera, three of Netscape, Mozilla 1.0, IE6, and so on. I don’t know if Linux browsers will be added or not, but I’ll see what can be done. Also, I’d really like to add Safari, but since I don’t have Jaguar, I’m kind of stuck until I can find time to upgrade my laptop.
The charts are also now licensed under a Creative Commons license (specifically, Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike 1.0) so that they can always be available to the community, regardless of what happens in the future. They can also be extended, should somebody wish to undertake the effort, without removing the extended works from the community. I’d like to thank the folks at Netscape for not only giving the charts a home, but also for being very supportive of this licensing approach.