3 Responses to “Microsoft’s Own Products Don’t Work With IE”

  1. Caleb 19 December 2007 at 9:26 am #

    As a Mac-er, I will always talk down to Microsoft, until I get on my Xbox and play Halo3, then I love Microsoft. But really, I give the credit to Firefox. Again, as a Mac-er, I’m pretty set with my Mac apps, ie iChat, iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie, and until about a year ago, Safari. Safari was by far easier to use than IE, plus it was a Mac app, so all the better. I don’t know why or how or who got me to start using Firefox, but once I started, I didn’t stop. So thanks, Firefox! And by the way, can I pay you in high fives or something to teach me how you do that AWESOME switch from Day to Night on your template? I just figured it out yesterday and switched back and forth about 278 times because it was so cool. Not just the pictures, but the whole page changes! Awesome! It’s like watching fireworks or something…

  2. Chris 19 December 2007 at 9:39 am #

    I think that IE just has a vendetta against McCullohs or something…


  3. The Gimcracker 19 December 2007 at 10:47 am #

    To switch templates you need two separate style sheets. The Day and Night links both have a javascript function that changes the default style sheet and thus changes the presentation of the page.

    Here’s a WordPress plugin that you can try: Theme Switcher, and here’s a third party widget you can try: CSS Ajax switch. I haven’t used either of them so I have no idea how they work, but it’s worth a shot.

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