- The word that an Internet-Explorer-only using HTML programming geek uses to try and disguise his sloppy non-cross-browser programming skills. Usually said with an air of indignance.
Um, well, no - that table won't look right to you - it's a Netscape-thing. Now, if you look at it in Internet Explorer...
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