Doing some web design and making stuff work for IE is making me crazy.Â This is largely in part to the hasLayout property in IE.Â On having layout gives a super-helpful rundown.Â
I’ve been using the IE Developer Toolbar to help me hunt down some of these problems, and this forum post provided a good clarification:
-1 means haslayout is true, 0 means it’s false
and if you check the box to “show default styles” it will show you the haslayout status regardless of whether it’s explicitly set or not This is proving very useful in finding the child selector override hacks that are breaking
* Mini resource guide as form letter.
* Computer books, spanish language books for special requests. Check with student groups.
* The 1/4 sheet handbill has out-of-date meeting times on it.
* Photocopies: Jailhouse Lawyer’s Handbooks, The Attn: Speedy postcard (on colored cardstock), some resource guides, and more form letters if Mary is finished with them, Colored volunteer timesheets for megan.
* List of companies that use prison labor for PIX Fest.
* Thank you letters for businesses that donated food.
* Move books that we have a lot of copies for to the top of shelves or back closet.
* Politics section pruning, sub-categorization.
* Tweak website theme.