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    Safari Cross-Platform Differences

    Hi Friends,

    I've not run into this before but I have Safari on a Mac behaving differently than Safari on winDOHS!

    Has anyone run into this before??

    Here is the site I'm building:
    http://cleandrink.cc/aboutcleandrink_2.html

    On a Mac, it's fine, does just what I want.
    On windows, the navigation jumps down 2px and the water background behind the text boxes jumps down about 6px.

    Does anyone have any insights as to why I might be experiencing this??

    If I have to, I know I can put in Safari specific commands, but can those also be platform specific??

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    Ok, somebody is a Ding-Dong! That would be ME.

    ahem, um, seems the "cross-platform issue" I was having was actually not that. I do have a legit issue, that being it appearing different in different generations of Safari. I figured that out viewing it on browsershots.org and also found that I have big issues ahead on IE8.

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    and the water background behind the text boxes jumps down about 6px.
    I concluded that your 6px issue was just a difference in font sizes, In IE you are not dealing with font sizes in px, rather they are small medium and large etc. Increase your font size and you'll see your content go past the bottom of your water image.

    Everything looked fine in FF2 and Opera on my windows xp.

    One other thing, just curious as to why you are using padding:0 auto; in your reset?

    If that was for your ul's you can just give them their own rule. ul {margin:0 0 0 30px}


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