UPDATE: Should be fixed now. Many, many, MANY thanks to Jann for pointing out the bleedin’ obvious. 😉
So it looks like the main screw up in my migration to WordPress has, somehow, been an alteration in how this page displays in IE6 (and possibly lower). Buggeration. How is that possible? I’m using the same CSS to control the three columns you see here (or if you are using IE6 you will see when you scroll down), and I’ve not changed ANYTHING else except replace the Blogger codes with WordPress codes.
I had a quick look at this last night but come 10.30pm I could hardly keep my eyes open. Another quick look this morning and nothing obvious is leaping out at me. Anyone got any ideas? Or maybe it’s time for another redesign? (although I really can’t face it and I LIKE this design, not mention how feckin hard it was to make the content column appear first in the code).
So, if you’ll allow me a spot of indulgence, I’d like to quote Hugh Grant’s character, Charles, from Four Weddings and a Funeral and say:
Bugger! Bugger! Bugger, bugger, bugger, bugger!
Did you realise that Four Weddings and a Funeral is ten years old? No, neither did I. It’s almost depressing.