Interestingly, the only browser that's showing up here for is IE. In Opera and FF it's just showing:
Originally Posted by awasson
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So that's browser specific? That's really silly... No wonder I'm not seeing what you're referring to. Ok, so it is pulling that data in some cases.
It's a cute idea, but the way it's handled in the code is the dumbest thing I've ever seen -- endless pointless attributes for what should probably be a SINGLE attribute on the UL. (of course, FORCING people to *SHOCK* use a list for a list of choices that way endless nested span run-on bull like Xenforo itself wouldn't work)
Think about it -- how stupid is it to have to use attributes and an extra span to say an anchor is a URL and the the text inside it is the title? Am I the ONLY one seeing that as redundant/pointless bloat? Much less the absolute URL on EVERY blasted parent of the anchor? ... and to think people still piss and moan about a full doctype having the full URL on it.
That's the most bloated nonsense I've seen since the last time I poked my head into a turdpress template. It's the same idiocy as the people who fail to grasp the "cascading" part of CSS and vomit up nonsense like this:
EXACT same type of stupid nonsense. STANDARDIZE the parent wrapper, and inherit off the parent!
<li class="navLI"><a href="#" class="navA"><b class="red">Home</b></a></li>
<li class="navLI"><a href="#" class="navA"><b class="red">Forums</b></a></li>
<li class="navLI"><a href="#" class="navA"><b class="red">Links</b></a></li>
All of that microcode stuff REEKS of that level of stupidity and/or ignorance. All that garbage bloated extra markup 99% of users will NEVER see on the page, just for something that could have been implemented a lot easier if they just made it one attribute on UL to say "these are breadcrumbs".
It's literally like the people behind HTML 5 missed the point of STRICT, fail to understand separation of presentation from content, and want to make the SIMPLEST of things as absurdly complicated as possible.