My client is having the following issue when editing his
website with Contribute:
"As soon as I try to edit a page, the menu directly under
"Publish" which says "Normal" changes to "text." At that point,
everything gets wierd. If I try to change a letter, it changes the
letter four spaces over instead. If I change "text" back to
"normal" it changes the font and print size of the bottom three
lines. If I try going into the Format menu at the top and try
changing font and size back and the style back to normal, I can't
do it. If I change font and size, the style changes to text. If I
change text to normal, the font and print size change. It acts just
like a schizophrenogenic parent.
Even if I adjust the print size, font, etc on the edit page
formatting menu before I start working, everything changes as soon
as I use my cursor. The print size changes to 9 and my commands act
on the letter four spaces to the right of my cursor. The reason I
changed from text to normal is because that was the only way to
make the cursor behave rationally. But as I said, all the
formatting changes automatically when I do that, and I can't get a
functional cursor and the correct formatting at the same time. So
something is wrong."
He is working on a Mac. I am working with Windows and am not
having this problem. Any suggestions as to what is causing this?
I've attached the coding for my style.css file to this
I eliminated "text" and "style3" because P controls "normal"
in Contribute and text and style3 were conflicting with it for my
What I still find odd is that I'm running Windows and didn't
have the problem that my client did, and he's using a Mac.