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Lt. Commander
Join Date: Dec 2007
Posts: 120
# 26
01-13-2012, 08:00 AM
The strange thing is that while it is a simple error to make and trivial to avoid you have to admit a LOT of professional developers make exactly that mistake. Heck a lot of the web frameworks that people use make it hard not to make that mistake.

I have dealt with "professional" developers that after 10 years they did not understand POST vs GET or even that standards exist for how html/css/js etc works.

At least this site does work in all the modern browsers they just have a caching issue which will slowly go away and look horrible in the meantime. I suspect if they just put version numbers/dates etc on their CSS files though that would immediately fix this problem along with all the images urls they use for the site theme.