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PittFunck Mar 9, 2009 06:04 AM

Website appears messed up in Safari 1.3.2
 
Hello,

my website (in construction) appears completely messed up in the old Safari 1.3.2:

http://funck.ch/varia/Screenshot_Old_Safari.jpg

Since it works fine in all other browsers, it's probably a bug of Safari 1.3.2, but maybe some visitors still use this old browser version -- so is there a workaround?

Cheers and thanks in advance
Pitt

Flynn Mar 9, 2009 07:34 AM

Looks like that version has a market share of less than 0.01% - it's not even listed here http://marketshare.hitslink.com/brow...e.aspx?qprid=2

Browser compatibility is very important to me, I want Atahualpa to have a 99.x % browser coverage, and I would never brush off a browser issue as "that browser has a bug" (because they all have one bug or another and it's up to the theme developer to make them all work) but I have no way of testing that browser since I have no Mac and even if I had I am not sure if I could install that side by side with newer Safari versions (could I?). I plan to buy a cheap Mac though as soon as I have the funds. I am currently testing Safari on XP.

Does this happen with a default Atahualpa 3 as well (it seems you made some changes)?

How do other WP themes hold up in that browser?

djmom70 Mar 11, 2009 11:04 PM

I also use Safari on an old emac at work. I'm not sure which version of it, but my blog also appears completely messed up and then I can't even click any of the links in the sidebar. I used to use a modified version of "Desk Mess" (avail at Wordpress) and had no problems with it showing up correctly in Safari, so I'm not sure what the problem is (especially since I have so little knowledge of CSS and html.)

Yet, I've tested it on Safari on my imac at home and have no problems.

djmom70 Mar 13, 2009 08:07 PM

Yep, my Safari at work is the same version. And for some reason, I can't update it, but I also don't have administrator rights on that computer, which is probably why.

johansson Apr 13, 2009 02:17 PM

In Safari 1.3.2 my blog becomes wider than any computer screen and with no horisontal scrollbar it becomes practically unreadable.


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