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    I’ve run into an issue where an element that is on its own level on a page is positioned differently in different browsers. It is the slideshow at;

    In Safari, it is several pixels higher up than in Firefox and Chrome, and significantly lower in Opera. I’ve had to reduce its size so it wouldn’t overlap the red lines in the background image (originally in Safari it fit tightly between the 2 red lines). Is there some kind of fix I can put in the document head that would adjust positioning for different browsers? Thanks!


    Really looks the same to me in all browsers (Windows 7) to be honest.

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