On 7/31/05, megan wrote:
> PS - if you only want to use css, then you may want to ditch
> the graphics all together and use one of the horizontal css
> menus demoed over at listomatic (see clickable link below) -
> they have a chart that shows browser compatibility for each
I'm picky. I like writing and using my own code. Then when it
breaks I know it's me or IE, not someone's bad code.
I did find the problem. I had code (minus spaces) typed like this:
< div class="home"> IE was interpretting my programming formating (which is good < div class="home"> a> No space. :) Raven
practice stupid browser!) as me wanting SPACES. I had to edit my
code to look like:
IE is so stupid. Microsoft can't write a decent program so they
put in even more bugs so that people have to write bad code
design just to get it to work. Grr... Just because their
programmers are idiots doesn't mean the rest of us are.
Good code design is spaced for readability and to ensure all
levels are completed. Stupid IE.
IE was interpretting my programming formating (which is good
< div class="home"> a> No space. :) Raven
No space. :)