I used Firefox to view my website on a friend's zillion-pixel-wide new Mac, yesterday, and I was
astonished to find that all elements on all pages had a significantly increased width, so that the
design was effectively spread, horizontally, to fit the (maximized) window. This would have pleased
me, were my design fluid -- but it isn't: it's fixed!
The site is www.thinkingmusic.ca . The home page's main div (a sandy
grey colour) should be 790px wide, and the slate-blue navigation div,
immediately to its left, should be 244px wide (including border).
Anyone have any idea what might be going on? I've always thought that Firefox uniformly reproduces
css-based designs, regardless of operating platform. . .
Thanks, in advance, for any clues you'd care to share!
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