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Firefox problem with CSS SCULPTOR 3 v3.0.2 .

Thread began 1/12/2011 6:28 pm by alan417070 | Last modified 1/13/2011 10:18 am by alan417070 | 1665 views | 9 replies


Firefox problem with CSS SCULPTOR 3 v3.0.2 .


Just built a new site using Eric Meyer's CSS SCULPTOR 3 v3.0.2 . I checked all the HTML pages and they validated and same for the CSS on WC3. I uploaded the site and it look great in IE. I then checked it in Firefox and it sucked! I had lost the background and page filled the screen instead of sitting in the center. I had used the fixed 1 column centered CSS from the templates.

I updated Firefox to the new one and checked all files had been uploaded. Still the page looked bad in Firefox. I have since re-built the site using DW and one of their templates and removed the Meyer's template and CSS. Any ideas or issues with firefox and CSS SCULPTOR 3 v3.0.2



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