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Clicking on CSS, then clicking on the "What's New" button on this page does work.
They have the quote from Jakob, and they're using anchor links for navigation down the page, but as far as usability is concerned, they could sure use a "back to top" link so that I don't have to keep scrolling back up to the top of the page.
This is definitely one for the Bookmarks.
[disclaimer]This is not a site review. Only nit-picking.[/disclaimer]
The "What's new" button is at the top of the page, to the right.
How can I use it as a "back to top" button, if I have to scroll to the top to use it?
As I said before, the "What's New" content lives on another page: /styles/css/
And the "What's New" button works on that page.
Others are seeing something different than what I'm seeing. On the computer I'm using at this moment, I'm browsing with Internet Exploder 5.5.
So perhaps something isn't working for me the way it should.
Yes, the fonts are large enough to see. Plenty big. And there's lots of it. All over the place, left-to-right, up-and-down, and through and through... forever.
I prefer the dictionary. I can turn the pages and find what I'm looking for much more easily. And it doesn't use tables, either.
Safari gets most of it correct, but has some issues with the fixed menu
Mozilla doesn't display the highlighted boxes
Opera 6/mac has an issue with the background of the menu that doesn't extend all the way down behind the menu items
I'm trying to track down where those issues are.
It's a know bug in IE that position:fixed doesn't work - see here <snip> - *even* in IE6 :-(((
I guess you can't blame w3c to follow their own recommandations - and *use* it :-)
But the "what's new" link in the menu doesn't work, because they have made a coding error : the link says "new" while the target says "news" :-)
Now, I just have to find out how to experiment with all their alternate stylesheets :-))
I'll really have to take look at *just*how* they've done all their fancy things - there's a lot to learn here in looking at their code!-))
[edited by: Nick_W at 11:29 pm (utc) on Feb. 10, 2003]
[edit reason] No personal urls please [/edit]
If you've got a browser in which you can choose between stylesheets, there are 22 different stylesheets to choose between! This page *really* shows the power of stylesheets off : the *exact* same HTML code gives *completely* different results depending on the stylesheet you choose!-D
I can only say!WOW! :-D