16 December 2005

I feel so ignorant

Until a few minutes ago, my blog looked like ass in Firefox. Boy, do I have egg on my face for not looking at it outside of IE and its derivatives. Why didn't anybody tell me? I fixed it. I also (belatedly) thought to check Safari. Looks OK. If anybody uses AOL or Opera or Lynx or whatever and my blog looks offensively bad, please let me know. Thanks!

7 comments:

Gary McCullough said...

I've always read your blog in Firefox and never noticed anything amiss. Not with the presentation anyway. As for the content, well...

aBhantiarna Solas said...

I'm with Gary, to a point. I've always read your blog in Firefox as well and never noticed any problems. I don't notice that anything is any different today either sooooo .... what's new?? I however, see nothing wrong with the content either ;-) I happen to enjoy the content here, but I suspect he does too, or he wouldn't be here so often ;-).

Mike Croghan said...

Yeah, it seems that some of the problems I saw were mysteriously only happening in Firefox on my computer at work, and others were probably unnoticeable to anyone but me. I'm probably hypersensitive to minor things like that, working as I do for a major media website, where we try to be pretty perfectionistical. (I made up another word! Can I have a cookie??)

And I think Gary only hangs out here because he feels guilty about how he treated me when I used to work for him. (Kidding, Gary!! You were a great boss. But I never got a nickname. Everybody else got a nickname. But I never got a nickname. You see, Gary had this George W. Bush-like nickname granting habit, not unlike my Dubya-like word coining habit. But we can both correctly pronounce "nuclear"....)

;-)

Scott said...

Your site also looks fine in Opera. No problem.

Gary McCullough said...

You did have a nickname, but we never had the heart to tell you what it was.

Of course, I like the content of the site! Though I'm no longer Christian or religious or spiritual, I remain very interested in consciousness (not a very good word for it), and it's nice to see a serious Christian try seriously to grapple with the whole Christian thing.

Gallycat said...

it never looked bad on firefox to me, either. and i'm on a mac, to boot.

aBhantiarna Solas said...

And now it looks fine in Camino on my Mac ... sooooo ... go figure!!