Otherwise known as “You should always check your blog in all available browsers.”
Okay, when I upgraded to the newest version of WordPress, and I mentioned that I knew the page labels at the top of the page were screwy, I was looking at it in Firefox. The only thing I noticed is that the pages that were supposed to be nested were all showing in the top navigation bar. Annoying, but nothing critical. I was planning on updating my theme soon (still am) so I figured it could hold until then.
Today, Bradon (who uses IE despite all my protestations) sent me this screenshot:
I had no idea it was this bad! I promise!
I have no idea why IE has decided that the pages in my navigation bar should be tumbling down the screen. I’ve put a temporary fix in, so while it’s still not quite right, it’s not quite that bad any more. While my initial instinct for solving the problem is to encourage everyone to swtich to Firefox (or anything other than Internet Exploder,) I try to be platform-agnostic and accomodate everyone.
So, to all you IE users out there…sorry about that! I had no idea it was that bad. There should be a full overhaul soon (complete with a new masthead that I’m very proud of,) and I’ll be sure to check how my page renders in all the major (and minor) browsers.