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    Member clesch's Avatar
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    Frontpage display issues


    the frontpage seems to have issues displaying the picture. It worked fine until about two weeks ago when this started to happen. I like the little sidebar, donít let the 917 run it over. Tried it on two machines, same problem. Tried Chrome, problem also persists.

    Mac OS X 10.7.4 / Safari 5.1.7 without any extensions

    Name:  Screen Shot 2012-06-15 at 10.09.52 PM.jpg
Views: 53
Size:  69.3 KB

    I took a look at the source code and it looks like somebody pasted code there without paying attention. There is a html-page in your html-page.
    Last edited by clesch; 06-15-2012 at 01:22 PM.

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    Seems OK from here at work..... Clemens how is it now?

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    Works fine on my PC but I get the same bleed over of the picture into the recent post area on my ipad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Miller View Post
    Seems OK from here at work..... Clemens how is it now?

    Thanks for looking into it. Itís still the same here. Cleared cache and everything, no change.

    I think part of the issue may be that youíre opening a completely new html site within the website which is not standard conform at all.
    Some browsers (Firefox, Internet Explorer) do not seem to care about that, but Webkit-based software (Safari, Chrome, iPhone, iPad) does. It may also be a positioning issue but I havenít looked into the css file yet.

    Anyway, The .slideshow class related selectors should be in one of the external stylesheets, the script tags can stay where they are. The unnecessary html, head, title, body tags should be removed.

    There are some other small issues with the page that could be easily fixed.

    Hereís a link to the W3C Validator, the issue begins at line 498.

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    Good to keep the web site current as the users evolve to iPads and the like...
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    Issue is on android tablets also
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