So I made some updates to the design according to peoples wishes. I added a link to the comments in the bottom so after reading a post you can easily get to them. I also rewrote some parts of the CSS to try to fix a floating-problem in IE6. Apparently the sidebar was pushed down below the content. I think that problem was partly IE6’s fault but partly the resolutions fault as well. I did some rudimentary tests for IE6 but the resolution was pretty big on all of them. My statistics so far says the following about the resolutions you readers are using.

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About 25% have a 1024x768 resolution size. Seriously people? By contrast, this is what a 1024x768 window looks on my left screen.

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It never struck me that anyone could have a resolution that small, but to¬†accommodate¬†this I’ve made the design a bit smaller in width.

I hope it looks better for those 25% of you now. Please report in the comments if there are any more issues!

I also removed Hyphenator.js, as it made all the content “refresh”, causing a very annoying blinking-thing to happen every time you loaded a page. I hope the justified text will still look acceptable without it.


tetris