Some of you are still having problems viewing this page. My web guy says, “That’s impossible! Impossible, I tell you!” (in so many words), but has agreed to closely examine any screen captures to see if there might be a hole in his CSS code.
Send them to jcburns -at- yahoo -dot- com along with pertinent info — browser and version, obviously.
I was able to view it on a Palm device at the Apple store the other day, if that means anything.
jcburns said on October 20, 2003 at 7:28 pm
Well, I didn’t say it’s impossible, but I did say that it reads correctly on most modern browsers. On some older browsers you may see some artifacts–but you’re probably seeing them elsewhere as well.
So past a certain point, a designer’s answer is always gonna be ‘upgrade your browser.’
Besides, we want you to see this page and others with nice antialiased type and rich colors the way that those who browse with newer stuff take for granted.
Bottom line…describe what you’re seeing and tell me what kind of browser and machine you have, and I’ll try to look at it on the same setup…
Sue said on October 21, 2003 at 8:05 am
At work I can view it perfectly, but at home,I can’t, it overlaps. So, I ‘select everything’, ‘copy’, and paste it onto word to read it and its fine. JUST A TIP FROM ME TO YOU!!!
michael golden said on October 21, 2003 at 12:23 pm
Just to touch base, I get you fine at work
Outlook 2002 on Win NT and at home as well on an older Outlook Express on Win 98.
lawrence said on October 21, 2003 at 1:02 pm
I see and read it fine but I miss the daily picture at the top of the page.
Sherrie Wall said on October 21, 2003 at 11:26 pm
My browser is about as up-to-date as you can get, and I still cannot see the first letter of each line. It’s a pain, but obviously won’t keep me from reading everyday.