Almost 3 years later and I still have these same problems with ie 7..... I
cannot begin to explain my frustration and lack of interest in learning
little pissy work around for this crap ass browser. How the hell can the
number one developer of software products create such a PoS.. everything they
do is so half assed that all it does is cause problems down the road.... I
shouldn't have to wait 5 years for your crappy software to catch up to
standards... I understand that it is free and ya ya... but as a developer I
have to sit and mess with my code over and over and over.. just to make it
look half decent in IE... I think you owe us an entire backlog of patchs to
fix your crappy browers so people can view the same webpage across any
Why not have your developers check out http://www.w3schools.com
They are a standard for a reason... not for you to carlessly disregard
them... why should I have sit and learn all these damn work arounds to please
clients.... It is a freeking wonder you are still in buisness I really don't
understand it at all...
I love a lot of microsoft products and have been forced to buy them in order
to conform with society.... but your browsers have been a constent bother to
Really just now with IE 8 are you ajax enabling history... i mean really....
its not that new of a technology... you could atleast of allowed for anchors
to be independet pages in the history... or did your developers write
themselves into a hole.... yea......
A company is only as good as its employees... I see the kind of people you
must employee.... tell their directors that sometimes it is beter to start
from scratch than to build onto and reuse crappy code for 1991.... GET WITH
THE F"N TIMES!!!!
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