Raena rocks!

One of the great things about working on a publication like ATPM is that the diverse staff we have. Raena and I are on opposite sides of the political spectrum, but we’re friends because of our common interests in things Mac, blogging, and the Internet and technology in general. Some time ago I was lamenting how IE6/Win wasn’t rendering the site properly when compared to browsers on the Mac. Raena speculated that the issues lay in my CSS, and offered to help. Earlier today, I took her up on her offer. I’m pleased to report that the font and sidescroll issues have been fixed, and the site now looks the same (albeit without the pleasing antialiasing one gets from OS X) on IE6/Win as it does on Safari or Camino on the Mac. For those keeping score, it appears there are no more font issues with Firebird, either. I haven’t tried OmniWeb, Opera, or iCab yet. Best of all, the CSS validates. So mucho gracias, Raena-Raena-bo-baena. If you make it to the States, and Dallas, I owe you a brew.

August 1, 2003