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Does This How "The Wall Mag" Look For You?


Thanks to incessant connection problems of Airtel's GPRS service, I was once forced to access the internet from a cyber cafe, after months, a few days back. After checking up on a few of my important emails, I fired up The Wall Mag and I was horrified at the way TWM :: Online's homepage stared blatantly back at my face! The colours were all mis-matched and even the banner had a very ugly feel to it. I was even more pissed when Raj later confirmed that that's exactly how the page gets rendered in his office too!

Although I think the reason behind it might be the age old Windows 98 and older versions of Internet Explorer, I thought I should better confirm the same with the rest of you guys. The picture above is how TWM :: Online is originally supposed to be rendered. (You can click on the picture for the larger version.) If it is any different for you, kindly shoot me a comment informing the operating system and the version and name of the browser that you use. I shall try my best to improve the looks for each and every one of them.

My Specifics :
Operating System - Windows XP Pro (Service Pack 2)
Browser - Google Chrome (version 0.2)

By the way, I heard there was a very nasty bomb blast in Delhi, yesterday. I hope none of our friends and relatives got hurt.

I've got my mid semesters this week and then I shall be off to Mumbai for about 3 weeks. Anyone in Mumbai who can meet up, do let me know. People from Jamshedpur and Kolkata, anything you would like me to get from Mumbai, do shoot me a comment.

That is all from me, now. Keep Rocking, guys!

Comments

raj alakshendra said…
bring for me 5 packets of my fav banana chips...

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