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This Is Not A Love Story- Critiques and a Question

  • Anonymous

    Well it’s totally finished – I think. This Is Not A Love Story – what do you think?
    I’ve toned it down a little, added javascript menus to keep it clean, and put up the photoblog to go with it last night.
    Since it is based on Kubrick (the Ryan Boren 1.3 port) I’ve tried to fix the IE5.5 bugs by adding the code from 1.2.6 – but without having IE5.5 I don’t know if it fixed anything. Thus the point of this post, really, can someone check for me? In the future, is there anything I can do to to look at my site through IE5.5 or some such thing without actually having to download it?
    As much as I think it’s finished I am always open to some constructive criticism, I’m just a cook and am learning as I go. And if anyone has any answers about IE5.5 I’d appreciate it!
    Thanks!

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  • Here is your humble “IE 5.5 checker” on duty 🙂
    It looks fine – though a little bit different in IE 5.5 than in FF 1. The main difference is:
    – in FF the single post page’s left margin (the text’s margin!) is about 1 inch toward right compared to the main idex page;
    – in IE the same margin goes a little bit toward left, but nothing extraordinary. I don’t think you can do more to accomodate this crazy browser 🙂

    Anonymous

    Woo-hoo! Thanks alot!

    BrandonSi

    @brandonsi

    Man, I love it. Personally I think it’s quite an original take on Kubrick… it is kubrick based right? Either way, you did a great job, I’m quite jealous 🙂

    Brandon, please, read my first post in this thread about the same site. My remark about kubrick single post page applies to your site, too. Sorry 🙁

    Anonymous

    Thanks BrandonSi, yeah it’s Kubrick, I think it’s a great template

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