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Cross browser issue

Thread began 11/12/2015 11:45 am by Charles | Last modified 3/16/2016 1:22 pm by Ray Borduin | 207 views | 7 replies |

Charles

Cross browser issue

Home page of this site looks perfect in Firefox and Chrome but in IE 11. it breaks the page - 4 boxes misaligned(see attached). tried various changes to CSS(attached) but couldn't figure it out. Your feedback would be much appreciated.
Site is at http://outofchaos.net/3North/www/index.php

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Add clear:both; to your #box1 style on line 63 of main.css... It appears the left section is overhanging a pixel or two in IE causing the floated elements to push to the right.

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Charles

Perfect. That worked. Thank you!

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Charles

Discovered a weird Safari issue that I haven't been able to resolve. Site looks perfect in Chrome, IE and FF but in Safari, in the Footer the phone numbers wrap, shift left and have a blue background. See attached Safari screen grab and URL below. Tried mucking with CSS, changing characters, but I'm stuck. Your suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'm not seeing that in my safari on either PC or MAC... maybe you have a plugin installed that is mangling it? I'd have to reproduce it to fix it, but I guess the good news is that not all Safari users will see it because I don't.

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Charles

Interesting. I saw the formatting on a Mac desktop at the Apple Store and it appears on the Mini2 I bought last week as well. So it may be a question of the Safari version you are seeing it on.I'm running 9.1 OS and 5.1 Safari. So on the one hand, I'm glad you are not seeing an issue. On the other hand, it's a concern that some and probably all new users are seeing the problem. I'll do some more research. Thanks anyway.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'm running safari version 9.0.3 on the latest MAC OS 10.11.3 and I don't see the problem.

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Charles

Thanks for the feedback. That's encouraging. Haven't had any complaints (except me:) so I think I'll table it for now.

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