placeholder css


I have form form's placeholder set to

::-webkit-input-placeholder { opacity:1!important; }
::-moz-placeholder { opacity:1!important; }
:-ms-input-placeholder { opacity:1!important; }
:-moz-placeholder { opacity:1!important; }

However it doesn't seem to be working for android device or for safari.
Is there something I'm missing? Link to page -

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css absolute positioning shows different in safari


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I've tried everything.

The CSS absolute positioning shows different in safari. In Firefox it's perfect.

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I'm having an issues in Safari—when my page first loads, my background image does not repeat on the x-axis like I am telling it to (). Once I click through the other links however, it appears correctly. Here is my code:


body {
	font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
	font-size: 9pt;
	color: #666666;
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