is that it allows for quite a bit of tinkering with site layout on the fly. See, SquareSpace for some examples of how far you can go with their hosting platform. This is both good and bad. The good part is self-evident. The bad part is that you can lose hours and hours of time creating graphics and adjusting layouts without realizing it. So don't mind my tinkering with the layout; once I got started, I had to keep going until I was marginally satisfied with it. I was bored, and I may tinker more. So don't be surprised if the blog looks a little different every day.
Speaking of adjustments, the page-width header and "floating" banner required very precise pixel registration of some graphics. Interestingly, chrome rendered part of the header 1 pixel off from how both Internet Explorer and Firefox render the same images. I suspect that there is difference in how the browsers handle a rounding issue. Regardless, everything now aligns in Chrome, Firefox 3.6, and Internet Explorer 8. I can't help the rest of you.