Netscape continues to (for better or for worse) set standards for the world wide web. If you're going to be creating a web site, you might as well use what the majority of users use.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
No joke, this is a nice piece of software. IE tends to lag a bit behind in the implementation of Netscape's tags (which may be a good thing), but does support things like background colors and tables.
AOL Web Browswer
This is perhaps the worst browser I have ever seen. Hopefully by the time you read this, Steve Case and company will have abandoned this heap.
Post-Andreesen Mosaic is an odd story. Last I heard this supported tables, so long as no interesting data were contained within.
This should be self-explanatory.
Last modified: Thu Jun 20 12:29:11 1996