> The CSS is not as legible as I would like, but it's a work in progress.
Looks okay to me.
> The site looks reasonably well at resolutions from 640x480 up to 1600x1200. It looks
> reasonably consistent in IE 5.01 sp2, IE 6, Mozilla 1, Netscape 6.1 Opera 6 and 7b on
> the PC, MacIE5 as well as Mozilla and Opera for the Mac.
The page seems good in my win browsers, except for the three links in the
top right corner. In Op6 the links are pushed off the right side 10px,
causing a horizontal scrollbar. It's a bug, triggered by the use of
'text-align: right' in a right float. Any left padding applied to that
float will cause the float to extend on the right side (off the screen),
rather than to the left, as it should.
Just remove 'text-align: right', and no bug. Also, the float should have
a width other than 'auto'.
BTW--Please don't hit 'reply' to post a new message to the list.
That juat attaches it to the previous thread, even if the
subject line is changed. Messes up the archives. :-]
"What the world needs is a good bug ring"--Big John
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