NOTE! HACK’N’BLOG WEBSITE, XHTML/stylesheet/images/PHP(providing browser specific HTML and MySQL database WordPress blogging software [wordpress.com] used to store blog entries, articles, user accounts, comments, downloads, etc… They are all now on possibly broke, but hopefully still readable hard-disk. I haven’t had a chance to test it out yet – the server went in electrical catastrophe, but the server boots & starts to read HD so I’m thinking the stuff is safe.
I will get my site back up, even if it means re-creating posts (and comments) from the last snapshot at archive.org waybackmachine – that won’t restore user accounts and several other stuff though, but hopefully we don’t need to go there. Please be patient and check now and then.
 AND CSS[Like incompatible CSS code hack w/scripting for <=IE6 & PNG opacity,EcmaScript,Image[ie. transparent .gif for browsers which have no way for .png’s with|without opacity]. The blog theme was highly optimized to support any browsers, degrading gracefully, like recognizing text-mode (=console/terminal) browsers like w3m, Lynx, Links 1&2 and forks (ie. Links Hacked), eLinks 
For example, when detecting the browser as text-mode, unless it’s Lynx, it will use tables instead of CSS definitions to place the sidebar menus on sides of page and the content in the middle column – the old way. For IE5/6 a special ie.css.php file will be included from style.css.php (with PHP used to identify client so the regular CSS will pass the w3c CSS test) where script file combined with illegal CSS is used to make opacity of PNG’s work, etc.
IMHO, Elinks is The text-mode browser, the only reason I sometimes use Links2 instead is it’s support for X/framebuffer/svglalib for graphics –
However, Lynx!? What’s the deal with it? Unless Lynx is your only option, I don’t see why use it.