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More on distinction without a difference

Upon further investigation, it seems that the form I was looking at (see: A distinction without a difference) was made using java script, and the yellow/white form fields appear only on the Firefox browser. The form fields show up as all white in Internet Explorer v. 6, which I generally use only to check web design compatibility issues.

It looks like the script being used is hbx.js from the analytics company WebSideStory.


Written by Tom Fox

09/22/2007 at 1:01 pm

Posted in Java Script, Web Design

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