Just happened to look at the MeFi source and realized that it contains no fewer than ten META tags, all identical expiration directives with a date in 1990. Is this some kind of workaround for a weird browser bug with expiring pages from its cache? If so I'm mildly curious to hear which browser needs ten copies of the tag to take the hint. ;)
Opera5 shows the "MetaFilter college scholarship" as an off yellow link but it's not clickable. After a quick glance at the HTML it seems Opera doesn't like the negative value, "margin-top:-20px". It looks like there's an unclosed DIV tag around that area too, well, maybe.
When I woke up this morning and clicked my Home button, I was shocked be taken to http://lolitasexvideo.com - I Thought maybe I clicked a link. So I clicked the home button again. It took me there again. So I thought maybe my wife is playing a trick on me. I typed metafilter in the address bar. It still took me there. I'm hoping that Matt knows about this. It doesn't seem to be the kind of thing that Matt would do to entertain us, and keep us coming back. I'm just glad I can get my linky goodness for this morning.
Boy, I hate to gripe, but using Opera 3.6, *blush* I can't post comments using the new prevent-double-post-code. It always previews, I'm guessing it's coz both the preview and post buttons have the name 'post.'
New Feature: MetaFilter sidebar for win/IE and Mozilla.
I changed my prefs back to having links open in the same window. The prefs tell me that is what is going to happen now, but it never does. I've logged out and in, etc etc, no matter what, the links still spawn a new window.
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