ayashi: (Default)
Oh my god.

Started this morning with a weird little bug with a couple of things dropping below the column in IE6.

so I started to remove things to find out why - then suddenly, fairly inexplicably, things weren't dropping below anymore. So I started to add modules back in.

It was working great. I had almost every module added back in, and nothing was dropping! Wasn't making a lot of sense.

Suddenly, they dropped again.

I removed the thing I had just added...

and they were still all dropping!

Kept removing modules...

And now nothing except the stupid text javascript ad is properly in the right column.

I DON'T UNDERSTAND. MICROSOFT, WHY DO YOU DO THIS TO ME?

Lol

Apr. 29th, 2008 02:43 pm
ayashi: (Default)
http://fadtastic.net/2008/04/01/awesome-hot-tips-for-your-website-in-2008/

The Universal IE Hack

Another hot tip? Go on then.

Last year saw the launch of IE7. IE6 is still a widely used browser and IE8 beta is out of the starting blocks. A lot of IE hacks? Nope. Simply use the Universal IE Hack. Place the following code in the Head of your document:

<!--[if IE]>
<style>
html, body, * {
  display: none;
}
</style>
<![endif]-->

This supersedes all documented IE hacks to date. Enjoy.
ayashi: (sims cow plant)
I hate browsers! Old versions and new versions. Versions that aren't compliant with the standards they should be. No browser is free from my wrath :( There is little I find more frustrating than trying to design a website that looks good in all commonly used browsers.

I want to feed them all to my cow plant. It's hungry since it hasn't gotten to eat in a while. *threats*

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