Disclaimer: I am no fan of Microsoft. but...
The page looks bad on IE9 because the #JSLINT_ ID selector is not
being interpreted right (something to do with the trailing underscore). It
is not being interpreted right because IE9 is using Quirks mode.
I think it is using quirks mode because you are missing a doctype. I don't
think its fair to blame IE for trying to guess what flavour of HTML you are
using when it is unspecified in the pages HTML...
On 10 May 2012 14:41, douglascrockford <douglas@...> wrote:
> A new edition of the JSLint web page is available for testing at
> It includes many UI improvements suggested by Jeff Coniff.
> It looks good on FF and C. It works but looks terrible on IE. It is not my
> job to make IE look good. It is Microsoft's.
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