Opera seeking "web evangelists"

Nik Cubrilovic reports that “Opera Software is building a team of “web evangelists” whose job it is to find sites that do not display correctly in Opera and are not standards-compliant, and then email the site owners. They are sending emails with specific tips on how to fix HTML, CSS or other issues that don’t […]

Nik Cubrilovic reports that “Opera Software is building a team of “web evangelists” whose job it is to find sites that do not display correctly in Opera and are not standards-compliant, and then email the site owners. They are sending emails with specific tips on how to fix HTML, CSS or other issues that don’t make sites compliant. Opera has always been a strong advocate for web standards, and this initiative is good for not only Opera but standards support on the web in general.”

On the Opera jobs website, there are job listings for multiple web evangelist positions. They are hiring in Norway, China, South Korea, the Czech Republic and the USA - so it is a multi-lingual global effort.

Just add “overflow-y:visible;” to the “Body” of the web page in the CSS file. Or you can just put
&nbsp;<br />body {<br />&nbsp;overflow-y:visible;<br />}&nbsp;

In the <style> section of the pages, and it should make the pages display with Opera perfectly. If you have any more questions, please feel free to contact us.