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    This is odd.

    It looks the same on all browsers but when I view it on Firefox its as though I never edited it. http://stereo.wired.x10.mx/cloud/ind...post;board=3.0 (you have to be a registered member to see the page) The CSS was the same, The HTML wasn't any different either on all three I checked

    how it looks on firefox
    http://stereo.wired.x10.mx/nolvorite/1in.png

    how it looks on IE 7
    http://stereo.wired.x10.mx/nolvorite/2in.png

    how it looks on Opera
    http://stereo.wired.x10.mx/nolvorite/3in.png

    ;_; what am I doing wrong here

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    Cached on Firefox?

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    I deleted the cache.

    Plus a user told me something's wrong with the "reply box" and told me it needs fixing
    I assumed she used Firefox

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    Fair enough - suggests that there might be an issue with your code then, which is causing problems in Firefox but not Opera (we'll ignore IE7 for the purposes of this discussion).

    Just to avoid the obvious - from the screenshots you've posted the URLs are not the same - assume that's not the issue?

    Hard to offer more help without access to the page or the full html and css.

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    no

    the reply pages on my message board are all the same
    you have to register my board to be able to see the reply page

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    guize anyone? :c

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    problem in web site design

    Please check all div carefully, may be any one of them affect your website design on firefox.

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    Like I said, hard to help without seeing the page.

    Can you post the html and css here?

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    the page is in http://stereo.wired.x10.mx/cloud/ind...post;board=3.0
    you need to be a registered member there to see it.

    but whatever
    If I posted the entire HTML and CSS of that page, it would looked fcked up
    oehp nvm checked it on HTML copypaste it looks exactly the same lol

    here's the page
    its the scroll bar on the left of the textarea that shows in Opera and IE but not in Firefox
    http://stereo.wired.x10.mx/nolvorite/testpg.html

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    OK. If I look at the page in Firebug I can see Firefox isn't parsing the css for #emoteos at all - so the scrollbar isn't showing as required. This suggests a problem in your css file. If I edit the css manually in Firebug all is well.

    So, if I run the validator on your css file it throws a parse error here:

    Code:
    .hfl3[width:114px;background:#fff}[line 129]
    which is having a knock on effect to the subsequent lines in Firefox. This isn't having the same effect in IE or Opera, obviously. Fix that and you should be OK.

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    I always miss the smallest of stuff.

    Thank you.


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