At the moment, this site uses some HTML5 goodies. That means that only the latest browsers can display the site correctly. In fact, the site looks so bad in IE 7 and IE 8 that I'm highly considering replacing the HTML5 tags with older code. But, in the interim, you'll need to be running the latest browsers in order to view the site correctly.
Below are links to the latest versions of the five most popular browers. If you haven't taken the time to upgrade, you should consider it - not because of CodeGardener.com, but because of all the security enhancements that have been added to these browsers. The Internet is a dangerous place. Running an old browser is like a knight wearing the armor he just took off his vanquished opponent - it may have holes!
UPDATE: I've removed all of the HTML5 specific tags and most of the CSS3 formatting instructions from the site. This means the site should work pretty well in IE 7 and 8, though I'm not setup to test them at home.
UPDATE 2: I've now confirmed that the site is at least readable in IE 7 and 8. I have no plans to support IE 6, or down-level versions of any other browsers.
I've now confirmed that the site works correctly (or well enough) in all of the following browsers:
- Google Chrome 13 for Mac
- Google Chrome 13 for Windows
- Apple Safari 5 for Mac
- Internet Explorer 9 for Windows
- Internet Explorer 8 for Windows
- Internet Explorer 7 for Windows
- Firefox 5 for Mac
- Firefox 6 for Mac