Safari: Web sites not displaying properly

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  1. WRXHokie macrumors regular

    WRXHokie

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    The last 2 days my sites in safari haven't been displaying properly. Here's an example:

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    As you can see the page is displaying in half the window. Other users are having no problem in safari, just me. When I reset Safari the problem seems to go away, only to come back in a couple hours. This problem has only come about in the last couple days, anyone ever have this problem and know how to fix it?
     
  2. WRXHokie thread starter macrumors regular

    WRXHokie

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  3. macaws macrumors newbie

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    Key Word: Safari.
    I use to think Safari was the best one... It's unstable, and a lot of sites don't run properly. Use FF or Camino. Soooooo much better.
     
  4. Gregg2 macrumors 603

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    Resetting doesn't affect your Safari plist file which could be corrupt. Do you know how to find and replace it?
     
  5. sharkync macrumors regular

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    try "command" "+" or "command" "-" and see if that helps.
     
  6. mvelinder macrumors regular

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    I've had somewhat of the same problem. Recently Safari has had trouble ALWAYS displaying the horizontal scroll bar even when the page content clearly fits in the window. Nytimes.com is a constant annoyance as well as my userpage on last.fm.

    Does anyone know why this would be happening? I've deleted my .plist file, caches, reset Safari, repaired disk permissions and even reinstalled Safari to no avail. Does everyone's nytimes.com have a horizontal scrollbar in Safari?

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  7. SnowLeopard2008 macrumors 604

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    Safari still is the best browser. Firefox is fast, but people add a bunch of useless junk... I mean "add-ons" and then performance slows to a crawl. Safari's render engine is the best I've seen so far. Gecko is a very close second. Camino was the best in the pre-Safari era.
     

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