I have been fiddling with the style sheet for most of today. The results should be hardly noticeable, but if all the stuff in the right-hand column now is too large, tell me, and I’ll try and work out why.
OK. this is strange. Looking at the site in the browsercam I find that the proper, new style sheet shows up in the last 24 shots it took: IE 5, 5.5 and 6; Safari, Netscape 7, AOL 7, and Mozilla 1.3.
The proper style, with a green border round the stuff about me, also shows up in NS 4.7, but there superimposed on the main text in the left-hand column. But the site is designed to look dreadful in NS 4 anyway. You can’t do proper CSS and have it work there.
On the other hand, the first twelve shots that browsercam took, no matter how often I refresh them, show up the old, wrong style, as does Opera 7.1, in which I’m writing this. I can’t believe that Konqueror, for example, can’t read a style sheet properly. I think there must be some caching going on — but I can’t for the life of me work out where. It’s probably one of those mysteries that will clear up in the morning.
IE 4 on windows 98 just gives a page not found error with browsercam. That’s truly strange.