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Re: lynx-dev Q[2]: lynx shopping?

From: Juergen Goeritz
Subject: Re: lynx-dev Q[2]: lynx shopping?
Date: Tue, 12 Mar 2002 11:01:03 +0100 (MET)

On Tue, 12 Mar 2002, Henry Nelson wrote:
> > thank you very much for the interesting discussion about
> > different e-shop sites. :-)
> > But actually I may have to rewrite my question. I am looking
> Lynx-dev tends to be that way.  We're a feisty crowd! :)

BTW lynx is my favorite browser :)

> > for an e-shop (source) that has the graphical part separated
> > (so that one can remove it completely) and which is definitely  
> > lynx prooved. I even don't care about the httpd to be used.
> > Any hints? Thanks in advance.
> Uhh, there's zillions out there.  You could buy Windoz even:
>        Link: Shop Microsoft
>         URL:
> You're not going to find many sites that don't have graphics, sound and
> all the gimmicks. I mean going to the local grocery store can feel like
> 1000V electroshock sometimes.  That's just why Lynx is so good, it filters
> all that crud out. But in this age of 2GHz+ cpu's, 1GB+ main memory, 40GB+
> hdd, etc., it's possible to get by with IE and friends.
> Rather than ask which e-shops a Lynx user can get around at, give us a
> few examples of sites where you are denied access because you are a Lynx
> user.  Then I think you'll get some answers!  (Remember, Lynx doesn't
> support JS (yet); you'll have to do that part manually.)

Hmh, it's just that I want to install an e-shop that's lynx
compatible to have a very fast e-shop. I have had enough of
all the e-shops around that only cost your online-time and
you wait and wait and wait. And it may help blind users too.


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