IE Sucks

Published on 3 Jan 2006 at 11:01 pm.
Filed under Web stuff.

For the love of god I hate IE‘s rendering engine. As you may or may not have noticed, if you have JavaScript enabled, you should notice that the design of this size changes based off your screen resolution. It should expand if your screen resolution is about 1024 px or greater (I say “about” because the definition of width is so inconsistent across browsers that it just is impossible to get something exactly. For modern browsers it should work). That’s all well and good. Unfortunately, for some reason Internet Explorer will flicker each time you click on a link. Annoying, isn’t it?

The solution? Move all the JavaScript stuff up in the head of the document after the style sheets and above all the syndication, favicon, and everything else.

Update: Hmm, it seems WordPress doesnt’ like HTML inside the Title. I removed the acronym tag.

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