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    Angry FF problem

    In Chrome and safari my gradient at the top below the menu bar is fine...

    on FF the gradient is off to the right a bit.

    help please


    http://greenfitco.com/Treadmill_Saver_Features.php

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    Your way of building up a website is very weird. I can't find a logic in your buildup and you're using negative and pixel-detailed positioning?

    You should build up your site using div's that start at the top .. position them relative to eachother and give them a width and height so you can build up the site without using negative placing and values like -264px.

    (check image)

    http://i.imgur.com/n82Gs.jpg

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    So you're saying there isn't really a simple solution for this fix? It works in Chrome, Safari, and IE but not FF.

    =/

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    I'm saying you should try to rewrite your code first. so it's more clear and obvious.. easier i mean.. your way of writing the css is very unclear and it's hard to find solutions in that code.. it could be so many things that can be wrong. you know what i mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by notflip View Post
    I'm saying you should try to rewrite your code first. so it's more clear and obvious.. easier i mean.. your way of writing the css is very unclear and it's hard to find solutions in that code.. it could be so many things that can be wrong. you know what i mean?
    Fully understand where you're coming from notflip.

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    I'm just trying to gage what went wrong because it doesn't affect the other pages.

    http://greenfitco.com/Treadmill_Saver.php

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    I don't know for sure but there's definatly something wrong with the content around it to.. i'm looking in FF now.. but the <li>'s , the second one is offset.. this doesn't happen in IE. but what i do see in IE7 is that the text is acting weird

    screenshot ->

    http://i.imgur.com/9nix7.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by notflip View Post
    I don't know for sure but there's definatly something wrong with the content around it to.. i'm looking in FF now.. but the <li>'s , the second one is offset.. this doesn't happen in IE. but what i do see in IE7 is that the text is acting weird

    screenshot ->

    http://i.imgur.com/9nix7.jpg

    I noticed there is a slight spacing in the heading of Safari too.

    I only really use chrome and there is absolutely nothing wrong in chrome.

    I'm attaching a screen shot of Safari.. similar to the screen shot you just posted.
    Attached Images Attached Images

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    That's so weird. i've never seen anything like that before. Different browsers showing text spacing different.. it's even overlapping in my firefox version. what's happening here &#246;

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    I'm pretty sure I got the gradient sorted out.

    http://greenfitco.com/Treadmill_Saver_Features.php


    IE, FF, Chrome and Safari

    and the text stuff!
    Last edited by Supplement; 03-21-2012 at 06:52 PM.

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    It's perfect! what did you change? i'm really curious..

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