> ASCII <[email protected]> wrote:
>> Maybe because Opera doesn't provide enough completion to partial URLs
>> to make them valid? Try it this way - http://www.socialsecurity.gov/
>> See, no problem you lazy head!
> You are right about the URL, but the site is still broken in Opera.
> For instance, click on "Retirement" or any of the main links near the
> top of the page, you are taken to some sort of site listing. Compare
> to Firefox and you'll see it's seriously broken in Opera.
associated CSS for that menu is what is not being executed, so it is
styled as "just a list" rather than the buttons and drop-down choices.
including a browser-sniffing procedure that checks for various versions
of (only) popular browsers. For Opera, it is looking for v.5, v.6, v.7.
expert, and I am not about to wade through 118KB to figure out why.
IMO, it is a SSA error, not an Opera error. ;-)
Browser sniffing is so last century...
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