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Originally Posted by L4Linux sarlacii: Apart from IE, did other browsers have any problems with that page? Opera or Chrome for example, or was it IE-only problem? We didn't test ...
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- 03-04-2009 #21
The problem came in with the automatic resizing of content... IE stretched everything out, and didn't round the edges of menus etc. Everything appeared blocky and pixelised. The designer mention some nice technical stuff about memory allocations that I didn't pay much attention to - web pages are not my thing. LOL I just told him to fix it. Funnily enough, different versions of IE displayed things in various broken ways. Ver 6.x was not too bad, ver 7 and 5 were totally crap.
The thing is, I now know that putting a website together is not a simple thing... there is some "hidden" knowledge that only the good guys know.Respectfully... Sarlac II
The moving clock K' appears to K to run slow by the factor (1-v^2/c^2)^(1/2).
This is the phenomenon of time dilation.
The faster you run, the younger you look, to everyone but yourself.