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|Blog Note: More Site Updates||Thursday, 2005 January 20 - 11:48 pm|
I've been doing some more tinkering with the site layout.
I have to say this to those of you using Internet Explorer: CUT IT OUT. Download Firefox, already. It's driving me nuts trying to get things to render properly for IE, particularly in Windows.
Not that the other browsers are perfect, though. Or maybe it's not the browser; maybe it's the CSS standard itself. The box model just doesn't behave logically. I keep expecting things to be neatly hierarchical, and they're not. CURSE YOU CSS PEOPLE. It's a good concept; why couldn't you just make it work correctly? Why do you have "padding-right", "right", and "margin-right" properties, when none of them behave as you'd expect them to? I'm tempted to go back to the old hack way of doing things, with tables and invisible spacer images and crap like that.
Okay, enough ranting.
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