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Hi All,

I was wondering if there is anyone out there who uses CSS and has both a MAC and a PC. I work on a PC and there is a site I am working on which isn't displaying properly on a Mac. Can anyone help? The site can be seen here

http//www.topleftdesign.com/clients/woodcroft/

Any help/advice much appreciated, or if you think you can quote a reasonable amount to just spend an hour or 2 fixing it for me, then that would be great!

Many thanks,

Keren

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Works fine on a PC in IE and Firefox, but problems on a mac

Can you be more specific? It looks and functions fine in FF and IE Mac.

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Works fine on a PC in IE and Firefox, but problems on a mac

Hi there, thanks for the reply. Have you got both a PC and a mac - there is a difference. I can send you a screenshot...my client sent me one...

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Works fine on a PC in IE and Firefox, but problems on a mac

No, I don't have a PC here at home. Please post a screenshot.

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Works fine on a PC in IE and Firefox, but problems on a mac

Hi there,

I am attaching a screenshot of how it should look - this is how it looks on a PC. I know my client isnt happy with the way it looks on a mac.

Let me know if you see a difference!

Thanks,

Keren

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Works fine on a PC in IE and Firefox, but problems on a mac

Keren, they look exactly the same with the exception of the white space around the entire page. Looks like margin or padding on html, or padding on body.

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Works fine on a PC in IE and Firefox, but problems on a mac

Hi there, that's strange. Not sure what you mean....can you please send me a screenshot so I can see what you mean? One from Safari and one from IE?

Thanks,

Keren

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Works fine on a PC in IE and Firefox, but problems on a mac

Okay, now I'm noticing a slight difference in Safari. The spacing between list items is smaller.

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Works fine on a PC in IE and Firefox, but problems on a mac

Hmm, I see what you mean.

Is there a "hack" where there can be spacing added to the list items in the nav for that browser only, but not on others?

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Works fine on a PC in IE and Firefox, but problems on a mac

I'm not aware of any Safari specific hacks, but have you tried setting the height of the li s (to say 1.8em)?

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Works fine on a PC in IE and Firefox, but problems on a mac

Good idea, I will try that!
Thank you so much for your help and patience!