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GeoGeo
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Hi All

I am developing a project at the moment for a dynamic database driven site for meeting people etc. I have built the site and tested it on as many browsers as I can, but would like to know if there are bugs in any other browsers other than those listed. I tested on the following:

ie 5
ie 5.5
ie 6
Firefox
Opera 6
Opera 7
Netscape 7

I have also seen that there are some bugs in ie for mac. The trouble is, I do not know what version.

Any help and comments will be greatly appreciated. Many thanks as always.

Andy
GeoGeo Design

www.xpatpals.com

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Site check if any of you get time

I looked at your site in IE for Mac versions 5.2 and 5.1.7. Same problem with the left column boxes for log-in and join. They aren't displaying until after the center content. They also extend to the right into the center content column, like they're spilling into the center area.

I'm new on this forum (and to webdesign). Let's see if I can post a screenshot for you. I have no idea how to fix it though.

Hmm... the pic doesn't show in preview.

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GeoGeo
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Thanks Ciryaquen

I looked at a mac this afternoon and as I said, I did not see what version it was running in, but what you sent me is pretty much what I saw. I really appreciate the feedback. Now the hard part to rectify.

Once I have tweaked a few things, I could do with you checking again for me if possible.

Thanks again.

Andy
GeoGeo Design

www.geogeo.co.uk

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Site check if any of you get time

Sure, looking on the Mac is the easy part. I appreciate that you're trying to make it Mac compatible.

Maybe this site will help you.
http://www.l-c-n.com/IE5tests/

FYI, OS X will typically have IE 5.2, while OS 9 or lower can only run 5.1.7.

edited p.s. I remembered seeing this site, after I posted the first time, but like I said, I have no idea what bug you've found.)

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