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Aussie Forum not formating properly

For some (incl me) it seems this forum is not formating properly - our tech guys are working on it.
 

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Any better now? it never appeared out of whack for me so I'm going off screenshots to repair it.
 

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It still looks that way, but only when looking at the forum. Click on a thread, and it appears normal. :confused:
 

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Seems to look ok to me too... I'm using Safari on OS X 10.4.4. Is it possible for Kevin to launch a different web browser to test? That would quickly eliminate things like caches and cookies as a cause...
 

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broadbean said:
Seems to look ok to me too... I'm using Safari on OS X 10.4.4. Is it possible for Kevin to launch a different web browser to test? That would quickly eliminate things like caches and cookies as a cause...
DING DING DING!! I'm using Safari on 10.4.4 too. Hmmm...Everyone buy a Mac!!! :p :p :D

I've tested on Firefox for Mac too with no problems...
 

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The problem is in the description line. It has quotes in it.

e.g.
<meta name="description" content="For those of us from the "lands down-under" - G'Day! " />

If you change the double quotes around "lands down under" to single quotes, it will be fine.

IE tends to be less forgiving on incorrect syntax that other browsers.
 

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soobdo said:
The problem is in the description line. It has quotes in it.

e.g.
<meta name="description" content="For those of us from the "lands down-under" - G'Day! " />

If you change the double quotes around "lands down under" to single quotes, it will be fine.

IE tends to be less forgiving on incorrect syntax that other browsers.
You, Sir, are a genius. THANK YOU!!!! :grin:
 
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