Reply 60 of 84, by Snover
"non-restrictive Windows desktop protection." Uh-huh. Just like DRM is a non-restrictive Intellectual Property protection.
Get to be friends with the network admin and see if you can get him to bump up your space on the network. (That's what I did at my school, mwaaha.)
And, look, I'm sorry I'm acting like such an elitist arse, but I worked extremely hard to get EVERYTHING on that fucker XHTML1.0 compliant (it's not easy, especially with fucked up things such as the <label> tag which I've never seen before in my life but apparently is necessary for text in forms that isn't surrounded by a <td>), and as such, it's SUPPOSED to work, and SHOULD work, and there is no reason for it to NOT work, in IE. W3C validates ALL PAGES -- add, modify, list, delete, and all the other static pages that exist -- XHTML1.0 compliant, it runs properly in Mozilla (and ergo Netscape 7 (*shudder*) and, *sigh*, AOL 8 (*shudder,shudder*)).
Oh, yeah, the CSS2 is spotless, too. Not even a WARNING from Jigsaw.
Sidenote: Did you know that AOL takes out the ability to block popups for its Netscape releases? How fucked up is that shit?! That's one of the best features and they've ripped it out.
Yes, it’s my fault.