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04-08-2009, 10:02 AM
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Manchester, UK
meh ... my headache is from Internet Explorer 6 not doing what I want it to. <growl>
I have a new design I'm working on and it uses one fixed element (the footer). I've added all the required CSS hacks for it, but it still wants to drop itself into the middle of the page and it's ticking me off.
I'll figure it out, I'm sure -- but it sure is a pain. I loathe IE6!
I feel your pain, IE6 really (and i do mean REALLY) stresses me out, don't even get me started. The best tool i found (on the windows platform) is IETester, allows you to have the best of redmond's browsers IE5.5, IE6, IE7 and IE8 RC1 installed, also allows you to test sites that are in a dev environment (i.e. not live).
Its pretty stable for an alpha release.
Its good to see some people develop for accessibility, it annoys me when sites completely ignore the concerns of screen readers and even the basics like contrast and access keys. Its not like its any more hassle, in fact if people coded their HTML properly in the first place then the major accessibility stuff kind of falls into place.
Anywho, this thread has gone wildly off topic
I did once have a class to do this (breadcrumbs that is), but after scouring my HDD I think its got lost in the annals of time, like so much of my work. Thank god I'm moving everything I DO have left onto an SVN repository.
FYI, Photoshop CS4 rocks!
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