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Originally posted May 11 2004 at 23:05 under Blogging and Web. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled.

Standard Compliant Only, Please

Well, I’m fairly happy with things so far, but it seems that you really do need a standards compliant browser. At the moment IE is doing ugly things to the layout (at least it worked before). This could be due to several things, but I can’t be bothered sorting it at the moment. Yet again something that works elegantly in Mozilla and Opera (and anything standards compliant) will need horrible hacking for IE-it may be I change how the layout is done again to get around the problems. Ah well, for now, use a decent browser and everythings fine (personally I think it renders better in Lynx than IE. Grrrrr.

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Bullding Services Engineer (EngDesign), PhD in Physics (University of York), football fanatic (Newcastle United), open source enthusiast (mainly Mozilla)

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