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Oh yes and by the way, for some reason it centers all of the text on this entire site! (This is very annoying!)
I've been searching for another site that produces this same behavior, but I haven't found one yet! Just WmW.
Maybe this is a secret Microsoft plot against WmW!
There's also a different "feel" when you click a link or form button. I can't tell if I've made the click. Annoying.
The centering bug really stinks.
I'm still unhappy with the feel of the click, and it may be my imagination but I think it's worse on links that have a mouseover effect like those here at WmW. Straight text links seem to launch OK.
Install was ok, except for the forced reboot that gave me no option to "later" it. Promptly losing my spot on 30 open Opera pages.
Then I was informed it replaced 3 dll's on my system with out of date ones.
I'd roll back, but I trust the roll back even less.
Speed - seems a bit zippier than 5 to me. I still don't care for progressive rendering.
joined:May 28, 2001
That's because Brett's been running around all day implementing IE6.0 bug fixes!
Getting back to topic...
This is a download you cannot miss. The "center" rendering bugs are so bad that you *must* download IE6.0 to make sure your websites are rendering properly!
Delete your <!DOCTYPE> declaration.....
Delete the bug!
Although the <!DOCTYPE> is a required element, most people don't use it.
joined:May 28, 2001
Sometimes it's hard to get happy.
I'm in the middle of uploading 150+ pages I had to update because of an NN6.1 rendering problem (I just HAD to embed those TWO css declarations into the page code...). I suppose when I'm done with this, I'll download IE6 and find out what else needs "fixing"...
Evidently, you do not have to delete the entire DOCTYPE, just the URL segment.So, if we have something like this:
Yes. I ran some pages through the W3C validator and they validated the same with and without the URL.
The pages without the URL in the DOCTYPE render fine in IE6.0.