I have posted this question about a month ago and received no answer no I&#039;ll pose it again.<BR><BR>I am not a fan of Netscape Navigator by any means but when developing web applications for clients, most of the time I must program for both Internet Explorer and Netscape. With the new validation controls in ASP.NET, it is much easier to do validation on the client and the server without the hasle of writing for both. But why is Netscape considered a "DownLevel" browser when with the proper attention to coding, the validation controls can easily work on both browser? Microsoft doesn&#039;t want people to use Nescape, and that&#039;s fine, but let&#039;s face it, most of us have to code for it whether we want or not. Is there a way to make Netscape Navigator 4x be considered an "UpLevel" browser? If not, does Microsoft have any plans to implement this in the final release?<BR><BR>Thanks, <BR><BR>Aaron S.