As far as comments go, I couldn't care less what you have to say about it, just say something. Well, if you start flaming me I will be forced to string you up by your toenails and inform George of your imminent banning, but other than that, please comment. For those who can see past the source code, this is a wishlist, so feel free to buy me as much as you would like.
At the moment, the urls of some of the places are really, really, really (repeated 500 times) long. I'm gonna have to jump over to [tinyurl] one of these days and take care of those. Amazon.com should be crucified for its lack of intelligible urls.
Sorry about that George, I guess that I didn't upload the new version. It should work now, with the exception that there are definite padding/margin issues still. If anyone knows what's causing that, please tell me.
Edit:We are up and running ladies and gentlemen. It seems that IE likes to tack on a huge left margin to <ul> elements, so setting it to zero did the trick.
Me three. Wow. That is impressive.
Running Win2K at 800x600 screen resolution, I looked in Firefox0.8, IE6, Opera7, NS7.1, and NS4 (CSS enabled AND disabled). Have I already said that the page is impressive?
The only thing that doesn't work is the <del> in NS4 - because, of course, the [del]bozos[/del] people who deprecate tag names decided for some strange reason that they didn't like <strike> or <s> anymore. But it isn't a big deal to have the strikeouts missing on the ancient browser. If you really care about the ancient browsers, you could use a CSS hack and put a small note beside any of the titles that have been struck through that would only be visible in ancient browsers. (Heh heh, perhaps easier said than done - the note(s) would show up in any browser with CSS disabled)
Thanks for the comments everyone. llizard, I added the browsers that you mentioned, but I still need someone with a Mac to check it out and tell me what works and doesn't. Hey Brady, if you get the chance, tell me what browsers it was working in for ya.