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Old 09-19-2005, 12:29 PM   #1
ktinkel
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Default New home page

Have updated the home page (or click on Web Home in the black menu bar). Streamlined the CSS, making a lot of changes in the process. Would appreciate hearing of any irregularities or problems with various browsers.

It was one thing to have oddities when this was just a DTP place; now that we have so many web publishing mavens around, it would really be mortifying. <g>

In particular, there was a weird problem with MSIE 6 that I have seen before — a spurious character appearing at the bottom of the screen (in this case in the right-hand column). Does anyone still see this?

I had complaints that the type size was too large with certain browsers, so with some misgivings I switched the base size to 11px (instead of relying on the viewer’s browser settings). Now I fear the type may be too small. And worse, when I try to enlarge it with browser controls, it breaks the whole layout, and we cannot have that!

So it will probably go back to the old method (or have some other one altogether), but first I would like to hear how it works in a bunch of browsers. So please take a look if you have time.

Thanks.

   
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