Ray K wrote:
>If I go here,
>or to many other pages of the above site, vertical scrolling is strange,
>whether dragging the scrolling bar or using the mouse wheel.
As Arne pointed out, the page is a steaming pile.
It was constructed by a moron.
As Michael pointed out, the tool that was used was also garbage.
The moron using it also wasn't aware that
Web pages need to be validated against the W3C standard.
>I haven't observed this behavior at other sites;
Bookmark this link and next time you have a problem with a page,
feed its URL into the WorldWide Web Consortium's HTML Validator:
>it does not occur using Internet Explorer.
"IE Shines On Broken Code"
>Any idea about the cause of this odd annoyance?
(Just as you did, they use M$'s broken browser
to look at their garbage work and say "That works"
--when it is, in fact, a total mess.)
Professional Web developers despise Microsoft's software:
>Are there internal settings in SM I can change to correct it?
The problem is NOT at *your* end.
Your standards-compliant browser isn't the problem.
Ignorant/lazy people using bad (M$ ?) tools are the problem.
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