Problem with Firefox and IE with my website

Hi, I’d just made a website for my mother (dermatologist), and on Safari
it
works just fine, but if I use Firefox or IE the navigation bar
(horizontal)
I made makes the last link goes below the first link, and not all the
links
in a straight line as it does in safari.

If anyone can help me I appreciate it.

Thank you,
Rodrigo

On 6 June 2011 21:20, Rodrigo R. [email protected] wrote:

Hi, I’d just made a website for my mother (dermatologist), and on Safari it
works just fine, but if I use Firefox or IE the navigation bar (horizontal)
I made makes the last link goes below the first link, and not all the links
in a straight line as it does in safari.
If anyone can help me I appreciate it.

Whenever you have a web page behaving differently in different
browsers the first thing to do is to check the html for validity using
the w3c html validator. If it is a public site then give the
validator the link, otherwise view the source in the browser and copy
the complete page source and paste it into the validator.

Colin

Re: [Rails] Problem with Firefox and IE with my website

Rodrigo,



Monday, June 6, 2011, 2:20:37 PM, you wrote:



Hi, I'd just made a website for my mother (dermatologist), and on Safari it works just fine, but if I use Firefox or IE the navigation bar (horizontal) I made makes the last link goes below the first link, and not all the links in a straight line as it does in safari.


If anyone can help me I appreciate it.


Thank you,

Rodrigo

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I would suggest that you submit your website to http://validator.w3.org/ and clear any errors.   This has worked for me in the past.


I would have submitted it for you but you did not supply the url of the website in question.


Let me/us know if it cleared the problem for you.


Ralph S.



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On 6 June 2011 23:44, Rodrigo R. [email protected] wrote:

Thank you guys, the url is ‘fatima.heroku.com
and I tryed that validator you just said, problem is I don’t understand the
errors =)

Please don’t top post, it makes it difficult to follow the thread.
Insert you reply inline at appropriate point(s) in previous message.
Thanks.

That url does not work for me.

Start with the first error. If you don’t understand it then try
google and if still no joy I suppose you could ask here, though
understanding html is not really a subject for this list. To develop
web pages you need to have a good grasp of html even when using tools
such as Rails.

Colin

Thank you guys, the url is ‘fatima.heroku.com
and I tryed that validator you just said, problem is I don’t understand
the
errors =)

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