Minor formatting problem (in General)
March 29 2005 11:07 AM EST
I just happened to take a look at the opponents who have me in their favorites list, and none of them are in a clan - that's not much of a surprise, since I'm not.
What is surprising is that when there are no opponents in the table who are in a clan, the formatting of the table gets messed up. The opponent's PR is shown under the Clan column, and the checkboxes are under the Power column.
Check out my user portrait for a screenshot.
March 30 2005 1:55 AM EST
Blame your browser.
March 30 2005 2:48 AM EST
I don't know, I get it too, and I am hesitant to blame Firefox for anything.
March 30 2005 2:58 AM EST
indeed, i am in the same boat as chernobyl
March 30 2005 3:14 AM EST
When I click on the link I noticed that characters in clans are on the list, but none of their clan names are shown.
March 30 2005 9:26 AM EST
It happens in both IE and Firefox, on both Windows and Linux. It's not the browser.
March 30 2005 10:55 AM EST
Weird. I see a correct fight list when I test it myself, with Firefox 1.01 under Linux. When I view the source of the page, I get something that your brower *should* be able to render correctly, if it doesn't screw up on the empty <td> cells.
March 30 2005 10:58 AM EST
Empty td cells need a non-breaking space in them to be compatible with almost all browsers. The newer versions should be able to handle the empty cell correctly, but some may not.
March 30 2005 11:09 AM EST
I'm using Firefox 1.02 on Windows XP and it's incorrect. What's actually wrong with the page, other than browser formatting, is that most of the people on my page actually are in clans. Why are their clans not listed? I'm guessing Jon is working on that page. I don't use that page much, so I have no idea how long it's been broken, but if it's recent I would guess it's 'under construction'.
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