I'm about to go live with one of them blogs. Could I trouble you for a
Site is at: <http://larsholst.info/blog/>
CSS is at: <http://larsholst.info/css/blogdefacto.css>
Tested on the usual suspects: IE 6 + Moz 1.4 + MFB 0.6.1 + 0pera 7.x on
W2k 12.1" 1024x768.
Reports from other browser/platform/operating
system/screen/resolution-combos would be much appreciated.
I'm primarily interest in css issues, but if you have any
accessibility, usability, readability, or overall design feedback,
please let me know.
Moz (et tu Moz): In the right border of the sidebar's vertical
navigation list items, Mozilla displays a rounding error (as detailed
by Big John on http://positioniseverything.net/). You may have to
resize to see the effect. I've spent countless hours trying to
understand why it does that because I wanted to include it in a
testcase I'm working on, but to no avail. The rounding error should
only appear when relative measures are used, i.e. ems, %s, etc., and to
the best of my knowledge there are no relative measures used in that
sidebar. Priority: LOW.
Markup is valid XHTML 1.0 Strict, except for an extra paragraph
inserted inside every blockquote (a blog engine technicality. working
Style sheet is CSS2 compliant, except for the *7 and Tan hacks used.
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