2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 23, 2007 1:24 AM by iaito

    Safari/IE Discrepancies

    iaito
      Help!
      My website, www.vbrosvtwin.com, was constructed on my Mac.
      It looks fine on my computer, and on the IE and Firefox samples generated by Dreamweaver CS3 Mac.
      However when viewed on a PC with an IE browser, blue outlines surround each JPEG and some of the JPEGs seem to have cracks. Also, the table color doesn't match the background as specified on my computer.
      Can this be remedied?

      Thanks
        • 1. Re: Safari/IE Discrepancies
          Level 7
          .oO(iaito)

          > My website, www.vbrosvtwin.com, was constructed on my Mac.
          > It looks fine on my computer, and on the IE and Firefox samples generated by
          >Dreamweaver CS3 Mac.
          > However when viewed on a PC with an IE browser, blue outlines surround each
          >JPEG and some of the JPEGs seem to have cracks.

          Add this to your stylesheet:

          a img {border: none}

          to remove the blue borders. Additionally you should more optimize the
          images, especially DSC00056.JPG. Never use HTML to resize an image, but
          do it in your image editor and store the images in their final size on
          the server.

          >Also, the table color doesn't
          >match the background as specified on my computer.

          What color? It's black on black here.

          You might also want to check out
          < http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http://www.vbrosvtwin.com/>, there
          are some ugly errors on the page. Many people also consider it a rather
          bad idea to use spaces in file and directory names. Even if it won't
          cause a problem in modern browsers, the URLs look damn ugly. You should
          keep them short and readable.

          Micha
          • 2. Re: Safari/IE Discrepancies
            iaito Level 1
            Thanks.
            My gratitude and humble apologies.
            Newbies make mistakes, thats what we're here for.