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  • Any reason why you are using a frame to present the store? You could simply redirect using .htaccess Divya Manian almost 8 years ago

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danwellman 5600
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It looks fine on my computer (win vista 64bit, firefox 3.05) but there are at least 24 errors in the code (according to HTMLTidy) so perhaps if you can iron these out it will display better across platforms. Use the W3C validator to remove the errors.

Have you any idea which OS and browsers the people with problems were using?

Update It also looks fine on ubuntu 8.0.4, firefox 3.01

Answered almost 8 years ago by danwellman
  • I went to browsershots.org and some browsers say at the top "javascript must be enabled to view this store". Could that be a reason why they can't see it correctly? lisa almost 8 years ago
  • I'm not sure, unless the site relies on Javascript for a lot of progressive enhancement it shouldn't make too much difference, but it may be something to do with how browsershots works? Have you tested it yourself in multiple browsers? If you have a windows machine you can still install the 7 most common browsers (IE8, IE7, IE6, Firefox, Safari, Opera & Chrome) and test the site manually in each of them. That 's a good solid testing foundation and if you want to extend it, there are ways of running multiple OS's on your computer (e.g. dual boot windows/linux). danwellman almost 8 years ago
lisa 0
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thanks

Answered almost 8 years ago by lisa
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Unrelated to your question, but the homepage photo looks quite blurry, and I see from its properties that it is a smaller image scaled up. This seldom produces acceptable looking results, and you should replace it with a correctly sized image if possible. After all, your home page is your best chance to make a good impression!

Answered almost 8 years ago by Richard Grevers