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Thursday, September 23, 2004

Why Can't We All Just Use Microsoft Software?

It's come to my attention this week that the site is not displaying correctly for visitors using Safari and Firefox browsers.

A couple months ago I did some customization to the site template (and put in a nasty Internet Explorer-specific hack on top of it all) to make the site display the way I wanted it to. I've been happy with it since--so happy, in fact, that I never bothered to look at it with a browser other than IE. My bad.

Since 20% of users accessing the site are viewing it with Safari or Firefox (darn you creative types who use Macs and designer browsers!), I need to do something about that. I've been trying to get the issue resolved, but I haven't had any success yet. If anyone reading this is a CSS guru and wouldn't mind giving me a wee bit of help, I would appreciate it. I'm in over my head on this one.

In the meantime, if you're a Safari or Firefox user and you want that ugly white bar at the top of the screen to go away and you want to see the search and links sections appear along the right side of the screen (like they are supposed to) instead of at the bottom, you can always switch over to IE until I get the problem fixed.

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