Monday, April 04, 2005

Note to Mozilla Users

We try to spend more time thinking about content than about the intricacies of html. But with increasing numbers of visitors using Mozilla Firefox rather than Internet Explorer, we were forced to confront the problem that some of the pages at our parent site didn't display properly in Mozilla browsers. We won't bore you with the details, except to say that it had to do with the different ways Mozilla and IE handle code within tables. The upshot is that we've fixed the problem, and Mozilla users should now enjoy a more aesthetically satisfactory experience. In fact, why not load up your Firefox browser and go take a spin right now?


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