Trotterwatch said:Yeah, curse the browser for trying to stick to standards eh.
Nice work on the site btw Vile
huh? are you sure that you know, what you are talking about? ff's engine is far better than ie's. css3-support, much better css-handling, showing coe the way it is, not the way it is meant to be that would result really hardcore bullshit coded homepages... but it doesn't matter, this is an emulation-site, not a flaming-thread. Go and let your steam off somewhere different - i get sick of this.Dakusan said:If by sticking to standards, you mean buggy as all hell... their claim to be 100% W3C standard (if they do, heh, probably not, cause that would be stupid ^_^; 100% is a claim non-realists make), but I find errors all over in firefox (that I will go back to logs to find if I have to, which I'd rather not waste the time doing) that contradict the W3C docs (and they do even bend the rules too, blablablablablabl blaaaahhh blaaaaahhhhhh text text text blub blub blah ............... mething better XD (Almost ironic, some would say hypocritical, after my arguments against firefox, hah), but hey, if a technlogy can prove itself without true hype... Though I do not know enough about new cpu technologies to boast a true understanding. Mostly proprietary stuff...
 Fixed three or four typos and I used IE for two different acronyms, which was slightly confusing upon rereading.