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frank Cochrane
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United Kingdom
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Posted - November 14 2006 :  09:26:42  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I am building my first site from a mac - I am using firefox to work directly on my remote host. When I view my site in Safari the top naviation does not work at all.
Its fine with firefox no problems whatsoever, and also works with Camino.
Although IE Mac has problems.

I have changed the depth of the top banner from its default. I have seen a refrence to this in the knowledge base, but dont fully understand if this has some bearing on the matter.

Has anyone experienced similar problems.

Thanks,
Frank

jubjub
VP-ASP New User

110 Posts

Posted - November 20 2006 :  16:45:10  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
No problems here...got an url that we can go to? are your nav buttons flickering? what exactly happens?
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frank Cochrane
Starting Member

United Kingdom
11 Posts

Posted - December 03 2006 :  03:38:06  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Since my post I have added a front page plus a couple of additional pages before the cart area. As soon as this happened Safari links started to work. It can be viewed at:

http://tempus.cali.co.uk/tempus%5Fshop/

I'm note really clear about the term flickering, my main observation about links in whatever browser is that you have to be very precisely on the wording to activate the links - or am I being to picky.
I would be grateful for any feed back from the above url as this is my first site I don't have anything to compare it with.

Many thanks,
Frank

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