Nothing is wider than usual, absolutely no reason to have scroller?
And IE7 only.
You can spend hours and hours trying to remove blocks (one after another).

I found the reason (reason?! ha! a creater of this crazy behavior).

Tag <br />!

Solution (using IE7 conditional comments):

<!–-[if IE 7]>
  br {left: -1000px;}
<![endif]-->

Why does it work? Ask IE7 creaters WHY.
Don’t forget to let me know their answer.
Thanks.

 

Regular CSS for FF, IE7, Opera, Safari:


#subnav li {background-color: green;}
#subnav li:first-child {background-color: red;}

CSS for IE 6 (using conditional comments):

<!–-[if IE 6]>
#subnav li {background-color: expression(this.previousSibling==null?'red':'green');}
<![endif]-->

Similar to :last-child
Instead of this.previousSibling==null there should be this.nextSibling==null

 

The concept of Jing is the always-ready program that instantly captures and shares images and video…from your computer to anywhere.

It’s something we want to give you, along with some online media hosting, to see how you use it. The project will eventually turn into something else.

Awesome! 😉

Also useful to help your parents/kids to configure anything: create a simple video – step by step – and share it to them.

 

Finally!
picasa2flickr: A simple “plugin” that allows picasa users to upload their photos to flickr.
Thanks to author.
Hope he will make nice interface soon 😉

 

Crash your IE6

On 5-30-2007, in Coding, DOM, HTML, by Alex

Do you want to crash your visitors IE6?
Add <div id="tags">anything</div> to your page and suggest them to print it.

To avoid printing crash for IE6 just avoid id name tags

It seems it works (umm, crashes) to “native” IE6 and doesn’t work to IE6 within MultipleIE installation.