It could be to do with web-safe colours- when you designed the images did you use photoshop with the pallette set to 'web'? Just an idea. Also, Macs use a default gamma value 1.8 whereas windows uses 2.2, and again perhaps it's something to do with that. I'm stabbing in the dark here really, because I'm not sure. I've had some weird problems with my own sites that are only apparent under Safari...munkle said:The border around the content area (just outside the drop shadow) isn't the same as the background...is that intentional?
Pngs or jpgs both gave me the same result as you are having in your blog. I resorted to gifs, and the problem was corrected.link92 said:Why are you all saying I use jpegs? They're all pngs...
It's all about personal tastes and preferences. Mine are similar to yours obviously, I like a flatter look. I hacked on one of the stock themes for my own WordPress page, to give it a monochromatic, flat look consistent with the overall "theme" of my site.rozwell said:i have to ask... what is with the drop shadow? huge, obvious drop shadows are NOT good unless you are animating 3d objects or doing motion graphics... the big drop shadow is running rampant around the web attacking sites left and right... i say we start here and rise against the drop shadow.
beyond that, like other users said, your tech side is fine. as for visuals, others have pointed out the color issues.