|need urgent help from anyone online with a MAC|
just saw one of development sites in a MAC!
| 11:26 am on Dec 6, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Yesterday I saw one of my development sites on a MAC and it looked a pile of *&$%. (I couldn't investigate I was with another client)
It's fine on Windows NT/2000/95/98/ME/XP using IE5 IE5.5 IE6 NN6.0 NN6.1 NN7 but I don't have a MAC to test it on, could somebody help me and have a look with a MAC.
The MAC was using IE5 but I don't know what operating system it was using (probably quite new) and they were using ADSL to connect.
If anyone has the time I will email you the URL
| 11:41 am on Dec 6, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Hi Andy, I'm on IE5.1and an ADSL connection if you still need a hand.
| 11:54 am on Dec 6, 2002 (gmt 0)|
I've just sent you a sticky with the url
| 12:25 pm on Dec 6, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Hi Andy, it does look a mess!
I see two tables, one the calender on the left, the other the introduction to Amersham in the centre, and they seem to be superimposed over a page I can't see.
I have Flash turned off, but the page seemed to "strobe" while loading.
Can't help you with any suggestions though, aint no designer!
| 12:54 pm on Dec 6, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Welcome to WebmasterWorld, [webmasterworld.com]and to the Macintosh Webmaster forum.
For various reasons, we dont allow site reviews on the board.
IE on the Mac is quite picky about valid source code, both in HTML and CSS. I recommend that you validate both, starting with CSS since it is the most common reasons for that.
Here is some tool for your HTML.
That would fix it.