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Originally posted March 16 2006 at 00:03 under Web. 1 Comment. Trackbacks Disabled. Last modified: 24 March 2006 at 01:01

It All Looks Funny


If your viewing this blog, and you’ve seen it in the past, then it probably looks a little different. It’s been tweaked around a bit to fit in more with the rest of Things are more or less OK now but still quite fragile. if you’re using IE then the sidebar especially probably looks a bit funny thanks to that browser being a piece of crap (roll on IE 7). Get yourself a proper browser. Code fixes are ongoing however, so don’t be too surprised to see some things broken for a little while yet.

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Looks good to me…

Made by Staaten on May 8, 2006 at 13:55

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Dr Ian Scott
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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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