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My site sculptor site is not displaying correctly in latest Edge Update and other browsers

Thread began 2/19/2020 8:21 pm by Alan Winthrop | Last modified 2/24/2020 12:34 pm by Ray Borduin | 54 views | 9 replies |

Alan Winthrop

My site sculptor site is not displaying correctly in latest Edge Update and other browsers

Hello, My site was built with Site Sculptor a few years ago.

It used to display correctly in Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge and Chrome.

A few years ago it stopped displaying in Firefox and Safari.
In the latter the drop down menu would display pages shifted to the right.
Large parts of the pages are blank white.

In the old Edge browser, it used to work fine.
In the new Edge browser it is not displaying properly, it is the same now as Firefox and Safari.

In Internet Explorer it works fine.
Can someone help advise what I should do to allow it to work over these problem browsers.
My site is www.ptfefiltervents.com

Site built in Dreamweaver CS6.

Your guidance and help is much appreciated.
With regards

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

If you tell me specifically what you want changed then I can help. Just do it one piece at a time. What page, what section. What it looks like, and what it should look like.

I can help you adjust the css to fix your issues, but I need them listed one at a time and I need to see them and understand what you want instead.

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Alan Winthrop

My site sculptor site is not displaying correctly in latest Edge Update and other browsers

My only seems to display correctly in Internet Explorer.
When I use the navigation bar tabs is displays the linked page, with white area on the left and all the required content
shifted to the right hand side of the page and not viewable

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

On home.css line 107 find the class:
#outerWrapper #contentWrapper {

add:
clear: both;

That should make the pages display properly.

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Alan Winthrop

Hi Ray,
Thanks for your super quick reply.
I have carried out your suggestion.
Save and Saved as,
Then uploaded to my website.
Unfortunately it has not made any difference to the display in Firefox or the new Edge.

Perhaps I did not enter the CSS code properly.
Please see attached screen grab of my new 107 line.
I might have made a simple mistake in the CSS.

Much appreciated
Alan.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It looks like you didn't upload the new css file.

view-source:http://www.ptfefiltervents.com/sitesculptor_assets/home/css/home.css

that file still doesn't have clear:both; for that class.

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Alan Winthrop

Updated the 107 code

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Alan Winthrop

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  It looks like you didn't upload the new css file.

view-source:http://www.ptfefiltervents.com/sitesculptor_assets/home/css/home.css

that file still doesn't have clear:both; for that class.  


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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You must not be uploading it to the correct location.

View the page here:
http://www.ptfefiltervents.com/sitesculptor_assets/home/css/home.css

search for:
#outerWrapper #contentWrapper

You will see that the clear:both is not in that file. That is the file where it needs to be added.

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Alan Winthrop

Problem solved

This worked a treat when I was finally able to implement the code

On home.css line 107 find the class:
#outerWrapper #contentWrapper {

add:
clear: both;

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