Hey everyone, it seems that Microsoft’s Internet Exploder (IE) is at it again: it is making life difficult for some of you because IE5.5 and older versions cannot load many of the ScienceBlogs sites, including this one. This occurred because sitemeter changed the coding for their widget yesterday (but didn’t mention it to anyone) and this made it incompatible with older versions of IE. I have installed their newest MT-compatible sitemeter code to (hopefully) make things work for you, so I would appreciate it if you let me know whether you can see my blog. All the other browsers apparently work fine (Firefox, Safari, Opera, OmniWeb and even IE6.0 and higher).
I know you haven’t asked for any advice, but if you are using an old version of IE, would you please download a different web browser and use that instead or if you must keep IE as your main browser, at least upgrade it?
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