protocol for making sites standards compliant
Occasionally I try to view some website that tells me "Unable to continue (Browser not supported)", and then the website recommends that I "upgrade" to the browser that US-CERT recommends not using.
What should I do about it?
I've heard that many people have already thought long and hard about that question, and have written something about how to persuade webmasters to make the world a better place, and avoid common counter-productive behavior. Some people claim that " http://www.mozilla.org/projects/tech-evangelism/ " (which currently redirects to this page) has "the well-established protocol for making sites standards compliant.".
Where is the latest version of that protocol?
I imagine that protocol should link to a politely-worded example letter that users such as myself can fill in and mail to webmasters/developers of such websites. I've seen old, obsolete versions of such letters. And I see some suggestions on improving that letter.
Where is the latest version of such letters?
--DavidCary 14:56, 24 July 2011 (PDT)