Mac/IE5 CSS problems

I’ve gone through each blog layout with a fine-toothed comb on IE5/Mac to figure out where the CSS problems are. Expect Mac-friendly changes next week. A codesharing lab is also in the works, and I think I also need to redesign that portfolio. It’s starting to feel more than a bit campy.

In other news, I thank fellow PEXer MENJ for the link from this forum thread, though I’m slightly chagrined to hear Guitarnerd dismiss my layout scheme as “annoying.” For your info, I use a combination of PHP and CSS to achieve the layout randomization effect; XML has little to do with it, other than that I use an XML declaration at the beginning of each valid XHTML document as a matter of good form.


  1. Valerie says:

    “Annoying”? Well, what does he know? (Actually it is only a tiny wee bit confusing when I go back to the main blog from the comments. Sometimes hard to find my place again.)

  2. Noelle says:

    Like, duh! The concept of changing layouts and changing CSS files is just the same, with a little variation. What in the world does Guitarnerd know about such things as XML anyway? He’s the one asking for help. The least he can do is be thankful–and use some brain cells instead of asking people to code the HTML for him.