I am moving in, oh dear,
6 5 days counting today.
barely begun to pack.
My procrastination technique of choice is doing research, generally about something that does not have to do with my major project at hand.
So of course I decided to learn how to deal with CSS and have been researching that. Hence the changes to this space.
I began with a 3 column template (WordPress’ Sandbox) and played around with the link colours. It looked just lovely on my linux version of firefox (Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:18.104.22.168) Gecko/20071127 Firefox/22.214.171.124) but when I got to work and looked at it through IE – ick. The left sidebar was superimposed on the main column.
So when I got home I switched to a 2-column skin for the Sandbox theme But since that also didn’t work in IE, according to my friend, I switched back to the 3-column number and have since added a few little fancy touches.
Does it work on your browser? If you could let me know that’d be great! I’m looking for feedback from different operating systems, different browsers, different resolutions….
So far epiphany and firefox (linux) are A-OK!
Update – Jan. 28: AND – ooh, very happy, it is now working on IE 7 🙂
I think it has more to do with the resolution than the browser…is that possible?
ps – and if you have any suggestions on how to make a 3 column theme work through different OSs and browsers I’d really appreciate it! Please write them as if you were talking to a child 🙂
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