While at Embedded Systems I was forced to use IE to view and edit the weblog since that’s what the free internet access machines were running. I noticed that IE was not rendering the main index page that well (the text flowed off the right hand side of the screen requiring use of the scroll bars to read it). On real browsers, like Mozilla, Netscape and Galeon, this was not the case.
Seems that IE is still unable to process style sheets correctly, but by rearranging the content a little I have been able to get it to look the same on both browsers. Hopefully one day MS will learn to actually (a) follow a standard rather than doing their own little variations, and (b) produce software of sufficient quality that it might be worth using. Meanwhile, I would strongly recommend that people switch to Mozilla or Netscape for browsing (less chance of viral infection with those browsers too 😉