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    I need a site check for FF, IE and Safari Mac

    Can someone with a mac check the site out on those browsers. Could you post a jpeg of screenshots in those browsers.

    Also, Can someone let me know why my footer on some pages won't stay at the bottom!!

    Thanks very much,

    Ryan

    site: http://www.designhousestudios.info

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    For the footer, is there
    Code:
    html, body {
    height: 100%;
    } in the CSS?

    Look at top right of attachments for browsers... (Low Quality for file size )
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails I need a site check for FF, IE and Safari Mac-picture-1.jpg   I need a site check for FF, IE and Safari Mac-picture-3.jpg   I need a site check for FF, IE and Safari Mac-picture-4.jpg  
    Last edited by gsnedders; 10-16-2004 at 09:36 PM.

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    Thanks for the pics! Does IE MAC look horrible on other pages? Could I ask for screeshots for these pages in IE MAC:

    http://www.designhousestudios.info/image_transfers.php
    http://www.designhousestudios.info/it_gallery.php
    http://www.designhousestudios.info/email_us.php

    I know this is a lot to ask. I understand if you don't wanna!

    Thanks a ton! I really appreciate your post.

    -Ryan

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    Senior Coder gsnedders's Avatar
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    All ugly, don't have the time to do screenshots though, however, since Mac users take up about 3% of web users, and 3% of them use IE (so is equivalent to 0.3% of web users), there is no great fuss making them work in IE Mac...


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