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Sounds like this client is not going to the same server as everyone else. Is that possible, is it going to a dev server or something.
If she was getting to a dev. server, wouldn't it be the result of a DNS error?;
She's using a well known ISP which is prevalent in our area. So it's doubtful that she would get a different resolve for her DNS when 250 other clients in the same 10 miles are working fine.
I have no clue. Think I may have to pick up a G4 and see if we can duplicate it ourselves.
I have discovered the CAUSE of this problem. Now the cure?
In her browser, when she pulls up the site, she can get into the site fine.
It's when she clicks on any link within the site.
So the next screen she gets, the URL reads ...
Somehow Safari is reading the URL wrong.
Post the exact code used to generate these links, as well as a view-source of the same links after being requested by Internet Explorer, as well as Safari.