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    Mac Gurus - why is this so messed up on Mac IE?

    It's the only browser I know of where this site does not work. The CSS and HTML validate...... so if anyone can help me out with any Mac IE tricks I would greatly appreciate it!

    http://yourthreshold.com/staging/Chiro/

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    Macintosh

    See if this helps.

    http://www.l-c-n.com/IE5tests/

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    The problem is I don't even know where to start - I don't have a Mac..

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    So read the tutorials and build accordingly. How did you know it was broken?

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    Because someone with a Mac told me it was "messed up" on IE, but worked fine on the others.

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    It's your javascript menu which is causing the problems, however, due to my lack of knowledge of javascript, I'm unable to help you further, all I can suggest is change to a well supported and well tested menu.

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    On my Mac, I have IE 5.0, and the page displays the same in IE as it does in Safari, and FF. Is it supposed to be different?

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    No it is not supposed to be different, but a friend (who I thought was viewing it on Mac IE 5.5) said it was totally messed up.

    Are you saying it functions correctly on Mac IE 5.0?

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    Actually it's IE 5.2 for the Mac, and yes, it has your header image, a horizontal navigation bar and your mission statement. It lines up even at the top and on the left had side. It looks great!

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    And it still looks great when you do the drop down menus (the center two nav links are drop downs)?

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    No! You need to work on that JavaScript stuff. I thought you were saying that the design itself was broken?

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    Well since I don't have a Mac I thought it was, but I guess it's just the JavaScript dropdowns that are messing it up. Is it the script itself or the fact that I am using JavaScript?

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    The script itself, although it may (and probably is) the CSS used to format the dropdown menus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Error 404
    The script itself, although it may (and probably is) the CSS used to format the dropdown menus.
    So it is the script itself except it might be the CSS...??

    What in the script would cause such behavior? The CSS validates so I don't know what I would do about that....

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    Not sure how to help you on this one, just thought I would tell you that Mac IE is extremly picky about display:none.
    If I'm postin here, I NEED YOUR HELP!!


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