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Bullit
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Hi there,

First time poster here.

Would appreciate if you could take time to do a site check on:
http://www.fortunewebdev.com

It's my site.

I am interested in any bugs. I haven't tested on macs or IE5 - is it ok?

What do you think of the visuals of it?
Also interested in general feedback. Some areas of the site are a little lacking in content and will be taken care of shortly.

Looking forward to your comments
Thanks

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Site check please: www.fortunewebdevcom

any problems with it on mac?

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Site check please: www.fortunewebdevcom

Portfolio page does not validate. Smile

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Site check please: www.fortunewebdevcom

does now. cheers for spotting

anyone got any other feedback
would be interested

thanks

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Site check please: www.fortunewebdevcom

Small problem with your css file:

/*END PORTFOLIO PAGE*/

/*webmotion start*/
.sitetoptextleft_launch a{
margin: 0 0 0 30;
padding: 0;
color: white;
}

margin: 0 0 0 30px;

You need something after the 30 Smile

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MAC IE5 usrs.

very keen to hear from IE 5.x users

How does it look? Any bad alignments etc?

Also keen to hear from MAC IE5 usrs.

cheers

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Site check please: www.fortunewebdevcom

Looks great on Mac FF and Safari. Does not look great on Mac IE5.

Nice looking site, I wouldn't worry too much about the Mac IE issues. MS has decided not to support or develop it anymore so most Mac users have stopped using it, at least in my experience.

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Site check please: www.fortunewebdevcom

thanks for that Ian

I just browsercam.com 'd the site and had a look

It works in ie5 on win

fails miserably in ie5.2 mac
fails gracefully in ie 4 on pc

why is that? (fails miserably in ie5.2 mac)

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Site check please: www.fortunewebdevcom

well, I don't have any real technical answers to give you on that one (I'll let the Gurus handle that).

I do know that IE on Mac does not conform to standards in all cases (others will say I'm being generous Laughing out loud ). Luckily I notice that most of my Mac User compatriots have made the switch to FF or Safari. These usually work pretty flawlessly.

Sorry I can't give a difinitive answer, actually I guess I just dodged the question. But to sum up I wouldn't really concern myself with whether or not it works with IE on Mac unless you're forced to consider it for some business or corporate reason. I feel that the Mac IE user base is so small its ignorable Wink

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