You’re right, it was an UNintentional change to the CSS used in the site.
For some reason (and if you know it, please share it with us), this forum uses TWO sets of CSS codes:
- a CSS file that each page links to
- the EXACT SAME code at the top of each page
Why the same?
I figured I’d remove the commenting from the header since, as far as I’m concerned, it’s just code bloat. Well, I thought I had just removed the commenting in the header CSS code. Obvious, IE users were affected. What’s more – only SOME IE users seemed to be affected (eg. sometimes, I’d log in using IE and wouldn’t notice a difference, other times on other machines but also using IE6, I’d encounter bassman’s problem)
It took me a while to make the connection to the CSS code change (sorry, I’m a little slow – I shoulda paid more attention to this thread).
I re-pasted the code from the externally linked CSS file back into the header template of the forum. I’d like to know why this makes a difference (maybe it’s one of those things without an answer).
Am closing this thread, so continue this discussion over here: segue.com.tw/viewtopic.php?p=36251#36251