Hello, I am new to the forum and this is my first post. I believe I may have found a bug in Safari, maybe not. In any case, I would like some help in getting my website to render properly in Safari. Preferably, this would be achieved in the most mindless, least academic, easiest cut-and-paste way possible. Background: I am a DIYer with only one site. It is fairly simple and is 100% valid in HTML 4.01 Transitional. It is rendering correctly in all the major OS/browser combinations except Safari. In anticipation of this post, yesterday I got 46 screenshots and revalidated every page. The problem has to do with centering and tables, possibly treatment of an image. One look at the site in question in Safari and you'll see the problem. I'd put some code here to look at, but don't even know which part might be the issue. I've looked at similar posts here and elsewhere and remain stumped. Here are a few pre-emptive, defensive disclaimers: I know little to nothing about XHTML or CSS and am not interested in suggestions regarding those, like I've seen elsewhere here, unless they also contain a solution in HTML 4.01 Transitional, or maybe a special instruction for Safari. Of course, the other browsers must remain unaffected. No offense meant, I am just being honest as I know my limitations and want a practical fix. I'll take those classes when I get a chance. Right now, I'd like to get this out of the way. Besides, I would think Safari and its users would want it to either conform with both the market and the W3 standards, or at least have an explanation for why it does not. I should also mention that I am the type that regularly finds and falls into the cracks and walks in through the spinning out-door, so this would be typical. Have I done it again? Thanks.