IE (not That Is) 23.10.05I have no clue how this site’s design fares in IE6/Windows (and I can’t check from school, because their damn proxy server has everything under the sun blocked) – if somebody could send me a screenshot, I’d appreciate it. Thanks!
I love how it’s 10 o’clock on a Sunday night, and I still haven’t started my homework. Forget weight-loss pills: what we (we as in we people in general) need are anti-procrastination pills!
Haha – Sage has a blog… *ahem*
Ummm, it looks fine in IE except main content, navigation, and bloggerButton divs should be moved up 1em in IE…
(I have no idea if this thing hates strong and em tags so I’m just being safe and using b and i like they suggest)
So, are you basically saying that the gap below the black stripe (“A compilation of…”) is too big?
And yeah, Blogger will probably barf on anything other than b, i, and a; I really can’t stand Blogger, but they offer free webhosting in addition to the free software, so what the hay…
Yeah, there is too much padding under the black stipe, and not enough underneath the Blogger button.
(Don’t say bad things about Blogger in your blog—if they read it they’ll find you and shave one of your eyebrows off while you sleep)
Crud. Sometimes I think IE’s glitches were put in as sick jokes from the developer team – I mean, what the hell is this?!
The hell?! How does that happen? I mean … that’s just confusing!
How can IE be so inept at comprehending code?
What happened to the obligatory ask Hayden for an IE screenshot?
Fine, if you want me to bug you every two hours, that can be arranged… :-D
I could manage three hours, two is probably pushing it, just a bit. Oh and what's with this grunge green colour, it better not be called Sage!
Ram Rod 29.10.05
Cool. Sage has a blog. So do I. I'll check every time I can.
“Oh and what's with this grunge green colour, it better not be called Sage!”
Haha! *insert ROFLMFAOSMIH smiley here*
Heh, no, it’s not. ;-) I just happen to really like this shade of green.
Speaking of that though, I had a kid at The Tutoring Center who kept insisting that the definition of Sage is “green”. When I showed him a dictionary and read off the definition (wise man and a type of brush), he got mad at me.
Giles Guthrie 2.11.05
Not a paintbrush, Giles. ;-) I dunno about elsewhere in the world, but in America brush is a synonym for shrubs and undergrowth.