I haven't looked into the differences/nuances with Chrome versus other mainstream browsers and don't really test on it. However a client pointed out that the homepage of http://www.acyoa.org/index2.php pushed my scrollable element over to the right when viewed in Chrome.

I don't know if this is a CSS thing, or an issue with jQuery itself, or an issue with jQuery Tools' Scrollable plugin (http://www.flowplayer.org/tools/scrollable.html)

any insight would be appreciated. thanks!

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It's pushed over in OS X Safari, too.

Don't know if it's jQuery or some missing tags: [Invalid] acyoa.org/index2.php - W3C Markup Validator that might be causing the problem.

Answered about 7 years ago by songdogtech
  • thanks; I just ran a browser test on Litmus and realized that FF2, Chrome and Safari are all doing the same thing. It might be the nav bar across the top of the page; I'm removing it to retest and we'll see what happens. Stephan Hovnanian about 7 years ago
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solution: the scrollable DIV uses relative positioning, and I guess a little extra padding in those problem browsers caused my navbar to push further down than it was supposed to, so the scrollable area pushed off to the right. I added overflow:hidden; to the navmenu DIV and all is well.

Answered about 7 years ago by Stephan Hovnanian