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problem javascript - Safari

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Hello,
My website is not showing well in Safari/Mac. I don't have problems
with it on Windows, with IE and Firefox.

I am curious to know if anyone there with Safari has the same problem
as I have and if someone knows a solution.

Please look at: http://www.paulbornfotografie.nl, choose
Portfolio-Portretten (sorry only Dutch). Now concentrate on the 'green'
girl. Please move the mouse from below (boy with bird) up to the
'green' girl. If her head looks like someone smashed her with a hammer,
then you've got the same problem.

Hope someone knows a solution for it.
Regards,
Jopie

Jul 23 '05 #1
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jopie wrote:
Hello,
My website is not showing well in Safari/Mac. I don't have problems
with it on Windows, with IE and Firefox.

I am curious to know if anyone there with Safari has the same problem
as I have and if someone knows a solution.

Please look at: http://www.paulbornfotografie.nl, choose
Portfolio-Portretten (sorry only Dutch). Now concentrate on the 'green'
girl. Please move the mouse from below (boy with bird) up to the
'green' girl. If her head looks like someone smashed her with a hammer,
then you've got the same problem.


It seems that the image is filling the table cell that you put it into,
but that the width dimension is too wide.

The whole page is pretty awful - images aren't cached and a munge of
very ordinary MM_ functions have been used.

e.g.

function borderit(which,color){
//if IE 4+ or NS 6+
if (document.all||document.getElementById){
which.style.borderColor=color
}
}

which would be much better as:

function borderit(which,color){
//if style object supported
if ( which.style ){
which.style.borderColor=color
}
}
I didn't begin to work out why the image is wrong, but a good start
would be to clean up the layout code and styles, then add some decent
JavaScript back in.
--
Rob
Jul 23 '05 #2

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