I am very happy with the way my navigation text (on the bottom and in the grey box) looks in Firefox, but Safari does not seem to read the line height and letter-spacing off my style sheet in the same way. Is there something I can do to get Safari to look like Firefox with out compromising the way it looks in Foxfire.
This page offers the best example:
In the grey nav box you will see the word zoom. In Firefox, the cursor has no problem aiming on the word to click and link.
In Safari, the pixel space to click doesn’t seem to span the whole word.
I tried to increase the line height to make it take up more physical space, I noticed this worked on Firefox but Safari did not recognize the change.
1. They look identical to me in FF3 and Safari 4.
2. The Zoom link is an odd one. It could have something to do with the fact that the page has 23 errors on it. Clean those up first:
http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http% … omatically)&doctype=Inline&group=0
3. Why, oh why, is your main body text (throughout the entire site!) a big image? I pray that this is just a place holder until a later date…
I was on Safari 3.2.1
I am installing 4 now and I will fix the syntax errors… I should have done that first :)
The main content is an image. The client wants to be able to create slides in Keynote and upload replacements himself so that is why the navigation is floating over the image.
Is that why I should use a list? I have never used list before, when and why should I be using it?
Thanks so much,
I just loaded safari 4 and the problem is the same:
On Firefox the text does not run into the image on the right like it does in safari.
see "first run" runs into the image…
this is the foxfire version. Zoom is in the right place
on Safari Zoom is much closer to the square on its left…
Also, I assume you’ve let the client know that having a website with all content in images will result in essentially ZERO hits through any search engine? Almost every client I’ve ever had says that being able to be searched through Google is their top priority, I couldn’t imagine a client saying they don’t care about that.
1. You have horizontal scrolling occurring (FF3)
2. A white square box doesn’t say "Home" to me
3. I think the idea of the site is interesting, but I think the end result is confusing. The navigation isn’t intuitive.
4. Lists are used for… well… any time you are listing items. So your nav would become:
so I would use list for the vertical navigation (in the grey box), but probably stick with paragraph for the horizontal navigation (text across the bottom) ?
there is a lot of redundant navigation in this site.
I had nothing to do with the design and all points were made. This is what they want.
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