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    Microsoft + W3C Standards = ...

    A big pile of turd

    Hows it look in your browsers? its even screwed up on IE6 lol

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    Re: Microsoft + W3C Standards = ...

    Firefox 1.0.7 on Gentoo Linux. Needless to say, its pretty bad. Although the situation isn't helped by me removing all the ads on the page.
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    Re: Microsoft + W3C Standards = ...

    Firefox 1.07 on XP with no ad removal:
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    Firefox 1.0.7 after Smartfilter has a go at it!
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