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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by Sports Sites, Feb 25, 2008.
please post some urls and let people confirm the problems
Just tried both of them and all crisp & clean here using safari
I can only say coffecup app is not really doing the job well, the page produced isn't up to the standard.
I don't think there is anything can be done to make safari (or firefox/opera) to render those pages perfectly.
the texts are misplaced.
So there is no way to change settings on Safari to fix that? Out of hundreds of computers, the only ones those sites appear weird on are Macs, mostly macbooks. How did you know I use coffeecup?
[quoteThe following Html Code was generated by CoffeeCup VisualSite Designer.
Copyright 2003, Via-net ApS
The above code is in the source of the first site. That is how he/she knows. Why do you have all of your css embeded? Why not link them? Also when you say hundreds of computers are these computers all using IE? Or are you testing the files on Firefox/opera/safari etc? Sounds to me like you are just using IE for development.
You might want to take a look at some sites that deal with css and learn some basic html/css instead of letting the program do it for you. Even with dreamweaver you still need to know how to code and what to code.
Have you tested your site at : http://validator.w3.org/
Look at: http://www.csszengarden.com/
The sites look great to me on safari. Is your font size maximized too much? MC
Sorry but unless my eye sight is screwed i cant see any misplaced text, tried looking again some does seem blurry mind you
i've noticed this as well, this is mostly becuause there is a glitch in flash or Quicktime content that will make it 'blocky' i hope they release a patch soon. By the way, which version of Safari do you have?
they look great in my safari.
Your 2 sites look ok to me on Safari... and I'm even in Canada
Well, the short answer is: Safari is not Opera.
The helpful answer is, I think it may just be you, because it looks fine on mine.
Yeah this happens to me too. But I am using Safari on the PC right now so it could just be that. Only had this happen to me on this website though:
Does it look fine on a Mac?
That one loaded kind of weird on Safari. But (of course) it worked perfectly in Opera. Also worked fine in Firefox, but...let's not coax ourselves into believing Firefox is as good as Opera ...
no, there is no way to change that
I spotted your editor by checking the source of the file, like somebody suggested.
in the red square
Gotta get me some specs as just gone back to site and what you pointed out slaps you in the face
my safari is default settings.
you are welcome to post a screenshot.
Care to rephrase that??
Got to get some glasses,as ive just been back to the site and what you pointed out is obvious
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Yeah, I used to use it on FireFox and it looked fine. But I uninstalled FireFox when I got Safari.
Think your kinda missing the point,some people including myself need different browsers to test webpages
Yeah, and myself. I just have Safari and Firefox renamed "Sucks" and "Sucks more"
No, I understand why you guys need it. Just saying I don't need more than one browser.