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Hey you Mac weenies!
Can some Mac users who have Safari look at http://www.cyphermint.com/ and http://www.paycash.us/ for me? I had a report of problems with them in Safari - but, not having a Mac, I can't check. They work fine in IE, Opera, Mozilla, Konqueror, and links. They're also 100% XHTML and CSS compliant. So I'd *hope* Safari can handle them.

If they don't work properly, can you drop some screen shots to megazone at paycash dot us? Thanks. And if you have trouble and have any ideas what is causing it, let me know that too. :-)

I am: curious curious
Current Media: quiet office

chiieddy From: chiieddy Date: December 28th, 2004 12:23 am (UTC) (Direct Link)
I do see some problems. I'll get you some screenshots shortly. I'm currently eating. :)
zonereyrie From: zonereyrie Date: December 28th, 2004 12:26 am (UTC) (Direct Link)
chiieddy From: chiieddy Date: December 28th, 2004 12:39 am (UTC) (Direct Link)
I'd never done screenshots off a Mac before. Congratulations for making me learn something new. :)
ardaniel From: ardaniel Date: December 28th, 2004 12:48 am (UTC) (Direct Link)
Command-shift-3 is your friend, and when it's not, Grab in your Utilities folder is. ;)
chiieddy From: chiieddy Date: December 28th, 2004 02:02 pm (UTC) (Direct Link)
I did Grab because when I did a help search on creating screen shots, that came up first and I was too lazy to dig further.
zonereyrie From: zonereyrie Date: December 28th, 2004 01:21 am (UTC) (Direct Link)
http://www.paycash.us/ is nothing but a redirection. I don't control it, it just redirects to http://www.paycash.us/consumer/ It is just how Ops setup IIS.

Character encoding is not required for valid documents. I can add a charset declaration to make picky validators happier. I bet Ops did something to IIS to make it not send the character encoding. *mutter*

box-sizing is a CSS3 element - the W3C validator defaults to CSS2, you have to use the advanced setting and tell it CSS3.

The two items with '//' snuck in there from some testing, they shouldn't be in production. I'll have to remove those, but they shouldn't cause trouble. I think I meant to have them commented, but that's the wrong syntax for CSS comments. Anyway, shouldn't be there.

Did you see any problems?
bdragon From: bdragon Date: December 28th, 2004 04:00 am (UTC) (Direct Link)
my main browser is netscape navigator 4.07, so nothing ever looks right to me.

I was just providing the links as avenues that could be traversed not as any indication of anything.