Well, if you're viewing this, then you are seeing what my new template looks like. I know, it looks basically the same as the last one, but what can I say, I'm not artistic. Anyway, for the past several days, I've been working to customize it for my site, which meant coding it so it looks the same in IE as it does in every other browser out there.
The last thing that I ended up doing was tweaking the code for the new "print this page" feature I added. Once I got it working in Firefox, I began editing it to keep the footer and other extraneous things from printing; you know, to save my visitors paper (my contribution to the Going Green. Aren't you proud?). Naturally, when I was finished, I tried it in IE and it didn't print anything. Gee, imagine my surprise! So, off to play with conditional statements to get the dumb thing to work in IE. After several hours of playing, I discovered that I was using the wrong conditional statement. I should have been using the "Not IE" statement, instead of the "if IE" statement. I know, I'm babbling here, so let me just say that it works fairly well in IE and here's what it looks like:
Once my eyes uncross, I'll go back in and do some additional formatting, but for now I think that I'll leave it as is.