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switters
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Over the past few weeks I've taught myself the basics of CSS & Flash to get a simple portfolio website up and running. Everything looked great to me previewing in Safari on Mac. However, I just noticed that it looks terrible on other Mac browsers (Camino) and also in Internet Explorer and Firefox on PCs. The title in the navigation bar ("CDK Arts") is sitting right on top of the div surrounding the Flash content, and the text for the navigation bar on the top right is tiny and illegible.

Here's the URL so you can check it out: http://cdkarts.com

What am I doing wrong? Why does it look great in Safari Mac, but terrible everywhere else?

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Please fix the remaining

Please fix the remaining html errors and see if that fixes it. your "wrapper" div needs to be properly closed.

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Thanks. Through some help

Thanks. Through some help on another forum, I was able to resolve it.

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It's bad netiquette to

It's bad netiquette to cross-post. How would I feel if I spent an hour testing, diagnosing and writing an answer only for you to come back and say "thanks for wasting your time, someone else already told me the answer"?

Glad you got it sorted but next time please actually wait for a response and solution in one place rather than asking others Wink

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