To get a bit more PHP practice, I changed the help around so that it uses PHP to pull together the various bits rather than being a bunch of static pages. Advantages here include that it’s a lot faster to add new pages and to change the overall layout, usual dynamic stuff. It also orders the menu by which page has been most recently modified which could be handy.
Only I’m a bit confused by some of the rendering on Safari. Most of it is laid out with pretty rigid absolute positioning within a fixed-width, centred wrapper
div, there’s not much to argue with there… except that some of the pages seem to have different widths in practice. Take a look at the xml page. Then take a look at the find page. The whole thing moves a bit to the left, doesn’t it? Well, it does for me. It’s probably something quite simple.