I'll only take a stab at a couple of these questions, so I'm sure Tracy
would like to get replies to the other questions. (See the original post
in this thread.)
> 2.Safari 1.0.3: I had to change the bullet image to "list-style: none"
> and then use the bullet image as a background to the <li>; I had to do
> this as for some reason the bullet image wasn't showing in Safari 1.0.3
> when used in the "list-style: url(bullet.jpg) none" method. If anybody
> knows why this should be, I'd be interested to know.
Safari (including 1.0) doesn't have a problem with using images for
bullets via list-style or list-style-image, or any other method. At least
I don't think so, and it's always worked fine for me. My guess is the
problem was caused by something else, perhaps incorrect CSS. If you want
to put it back up there, I'll take a look again and debug.
> 3. Safari 1.0.3: Anyone know why the Freelancealot.co.uk hyperlink at
> the very bottom of the page is dropping to the line below and
> left-aligning itself?
I'm also using Safari 1.0.3 (build 85.8). It's not breaking to a second
line in my browser. I looked a day or two ago as well (when you posted
before) using Safari and I didn't see the problem then either. I have no
explanation as to *why* the rendering is different in our Safari 1.0.3
browsers, but that seems to be the case.
> 4. Another Safari problem: <h1> tag is centering, when it should be
> left-aligned (Zoe mentioned in an earlier response that this might be
> some sort of Safari bug, and having tried various things, I agree with
I see it, and tried to figure out why. Like you, I'm stumped.
> Basically: I'm telling the <h1> to be left aligned but it's centering;
> and the #freelancealot div is set to text-align: center but it's
> left-aligning - go figure!!! :(
That footer (at very bottom) is centered in my Safari 1.0.3 (looks the
same as in Firefox). Go figure.
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