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CSS does not work in safari

  • I am currently using a template that renders kind of ‘wonky’ in safari. I was wondering if there is a way to tell my page to use a different stylesheet (i.e. safari.css) if the person viewing the site is using safari.


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  • Yes you have a problem with the footer, you can see it in Safari,
    In Firefox not really but the footer stay on right too, less than with Safari but a little bit

    And problems on safari, firefox and Explorer in this link

    .narrowcolumn is the CSS culprit in your image gallery. Try this:

    .narrowcolumn {
    float: left;
    padding: 0;
    margin: 0 0 0 30px;
    width: 500px;

    The above change looks fine in Firefox, but I’m not sure about this other browsers.

    Mmm. I could certainly go for a yard o’ beef right now. Much better than Taco Bell tacos…

    Yes, I know about the photo gallery problem. Thanks for your help YardOBeef but it actually looked worse in safari. Any other sugestions anyone? As I sad before. there are alot of little problems so a seprate safari strylesheet would be good. (if that is possible)

    Taco Bell… Haven’t eaten there since ’95.

    Looks like you got the layout bugs fixed on your site. What did you do to fix it? Also, if you haven’t tried it, the Edit CSS funtion for the Firefox extension “Web Developer” is a great time saver. Real-time CSS editing (you just have to cut and past to your file on server).

    For the photo gallery I used the margin-right command. I still have not fixed the css on the main page.

    It is late and do not have my thinking cap on but why not a separate install for safari with it’s own css.

    That is what I want to do. How do you do it?

    You don’t have to do a separate install, just call a separate stylesheet for safari. And no, I honestly don’t know how to do that for anything but IE. Try googling for “variable stylesheets” or something like that, or check at alistapart and css sites like that.

    Or search the css forum at http://www.webmasterworld.com.

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