The website should now look a bit better again, especially on the reading side.
Yes, I am as amazed as you about this. I mean, who would have figured that after IE6 and IE7 we would get an IE8? Yes, I am being sarcastic.
Of course we can only hope they will finally ditch their proprietary muck and start supporting CSS 2.1 better. Heck, maybe we can even see some MathML support. Because in related and definitely more exciting news Opera’s 9.5 beta gained MathML support. It is not fully implemented yet, but they’re actively asking people to provide results. I am secretly wishing for a web developer uprising that will enforce websites using standards and limit the workaround hacks.
OK, one problem with the current site is that the sidebar might get pushed below the content section if the width of the browser is not sufficient.
Suggested fixes are more than welcome. :)
I am getting so tired of the Internet Explorer shows it perfectly, but it fails with browser X or Y rhetoric.
Once and for all people: the Internet has standards. That Microsoft choses not to play nice with this is not the fault of the people developing sites that do play nice with standards.
Instead, bother Microsoft to fix their browser’s dumb behaviour.
Updated Drupal to 4.5.0. But the themes support changed dramastically. I got most of the changes back in, but still need to change a lot of it. Excuse some small oversight whilst I adjust…
It’s fun! More CSS joy! Still tracking everything…