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    Angry How the dang do I get ASP.net pages to work on Safari & Chrome?

    I am in a frenzy!

    How do I get aspx pages to work properly on Apple Safari and Google Chrome?

    I have built a large website for a friend with lots of drop-down menus and now he cant access the sub-pages on Chrome because the menus does not display. I also noticed it on Safari but thought it to be a glitch.

    Seems like the aspx is a bunch of bollox.

    What to do? Is there a setting that must be activated or am I screwed?

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    This isn't a .NET forum. Please ask this question in the .NET forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuriyama View Post
    This isn't a .NET forum. Please ask this question in the .NET forums.
    Like where? I thought this section covered it?

    Pardon me, but I am new to web development and I must learn everything myself. I stay in the bush miles from any metropolitan area!!

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    ASP.NET outputs clean HTML or XHTML. This works across all browsers. My first assumption when you said that certain components don't appear in certain browsers is that your CSS is incorrect. I work for a company that uses ASP.NET exclusively, and our pages display fine in all browsers: IE6, IE7, IE8, Safari 3 and 4, and Firefox 3.x. Every so often we have to fix CSS to make the pages look the exact same across all browsers, but the pages generally work perfectly across all of these browsers.
    Last edited by nathandelane; 09-22-2009 at 01:35 PM. Reason: Additions

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