technicallyincorrect.org is my website. The main page is XHTML compliant, but it is not currently CSS compliant, due to the -moz-opacity and -moz-radius properties. Read more in the Website category.
Currently it does NOT display in Internet Explorer; I set an option to detect if IE is being used (or, as a result, if any browser uses IE as it’s core or user_agent ID). The reason I did this is because if you take a look at my CSS code, you will notice I set margins on #content. Internet Explorer correctly renders the top, left, and bottom margins, but expand the right margin completely. I’ve developed a crude workaround (which incidentally adds a feature to the website too anyone can use). I’ve made my menus on both sides collapseable (sp?).
Update: it still does not display correctly in IE. The content right margin extends to the edge of the page and further.
More updates: the radius and opacity properties are implemented in the W3C CSS3 Draft of 2001. If and when CSS3 is implemented and supported in new browsers, I will use the appropriate non-browsers specific properties.
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