Thursday, May 17, 2007

Can you IE users out there tell me if the changes that I've just made have worked? Are you seeing both columns? Doth the whole thing look OK? Other browser users: how about you?

And, you home users: please get a decent browser! Business users: hassle your IT departments! If we continue to let Microsoft get away with this shit then this development hell is just going to continue and I, for one, fucking hate it. There are so many cool things that you can do with CSS and MS is restricting us to the very fucking basics.

17 comments:

Harry Haddock said...

Incomming email with my results

other said...

The only problem I had before was the main body aligning itself to the bottom of the page.

That's now fixed. And the changes are a big improvement over the last design.

Mr Eugenides said...

That's it fixed now in IE6. Looks good.

On the other hand, something odd is happening to your "Beelzebubbles" boxes: they seem to be missing the top half, and coming and going slightly... anyone else see that, or am I just drunk?

Mark Wadsworth said...

Much better, ta.

Fidothedog said...

Looks good as useing crappy ie whilst stuck in work. No problems as far as I can see,

Anonymous said...

I like...........

Blognor Regis said...

And the audience heckles back -

what's wrong with a link back to the front page from an individual page.

Devil's Kitchen said...

Blognor,

There is one: the link below the comments on an individual post reading "Home". If you are referring to the header however, I'm dealing with that.

DK

Anonymous said...

Sorry DK used the top piece to comment ,ie6 it looks very nice ,all ok with me now Mr E can't see anything your on about.

Anonymous said...

I hate the text being divided with the two colours which make it difficult to read easily. This is made worse when a word starts exactly on the line dividing the colours.
Otherwise no problem.

Shotgun said...

The papyrus/scroll look with the embossed side panel graphics is a bit cheesy for me, but it does load slightly quicker.

That being said I use Mozilla and it was never a problem.

Chuck Unsworth said...

Yep, it's fine in IE5 and IE6.

As to Microsoft - you're right, but it'll take years before their stranglehold is eased. Bear in mind that the kids in school and college are all (perforce) using MS software in one form or another.

Maybe you want to add that to your 'education' blog.

Anonymous said...

Excellent DK, no more huge white spaces at the beginning and loads like lightning.

Peter Spence

James said...

It looks great in Firefox. Looks okay in IE 7 too; a browser that contains a lot of features first developed by the Firefox project.

Anyone not using Firefox, why not try it and give yourselves some added security on the web?

Devil's Kitchen said...

I hate the text being divided with the two colours which make it difficult to read easily. This is made worse when a word starts exactly on the line dividing the colours.

Erm, is some of the text spilling into the brown at the sides? Over the edge of the rip? It really shouldn't do.

What OS and browser are you using?

DK

Anonymous said...

I'm using win xp and ie7. No please don't touch the face, not the face.
Imagine reading 1984 with the same two colours dividing the page, even you would get a headache after a while.

Bag said...

DK, I'm having the same problem as Mr E with the boxes. IE6 and XP. The rest looks great to me and I can live with the boxes.

I understand IE has still the majority of the market for browsers so remember your viewers. I'm sure a decent web designer can give you some advice to help you out there mate :).