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Friday, September 24, 2004

Ask and You Shall Receive

Safari and Firefox users will notice an improved look to the site today.

Yesterday morning I asked for some help fixing the page display problem that users of these browsers were experiencing. Within a couple hours of making that post, I received two lines of code from a reader via email. Ta-da! Issue resolved. Thanks Chris.

Now Safari and Firefox users should see the search and links items displayed in the right hand column of the screen. If you're using one of these browsers and the page is not displaying that way, please let me know. For these non-IE users, there is still a bar of white space appearing at the top of the page. I can't fix that problem without making a change to the search functionality the site offers. While I rethink that strategic decision, the white space will remain in Safari and Firefox.

(Update: I found a hack that seems to have fixed the white space problem. Now the site should display properly for all browsers without requiring a change in its search functionality.)

I don't plan to make any more posts today because of other commitments I have. But, as a teaser, let me say that there are some good things on deck for next week. So enjoy the weekend, see some art, and stop back soon.

By the way, I know that yesterday's Anti-Almanac was esoteric. If you got it, good. If you didn't, don't worry. The next one will be more accessible (note, I didn't say "better"), I promise.

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