[clug] OT: Help with finding why Google CHROME and Apply Safari Fail displaying My WEB Pages Properly

Neill Cox neill at ace-hosting.com.au
Thu May 12 22:00:21 MDT 2011

+1 to jQuery

Also validating your pages using the W3C validator (http://validator.w3.org/)
is a good way of avoiding this sort of error (and being embarassed by many
other problems in your pages, but that's another story)

If you use Firefox then installing the Firebug extension is also a good
idea, particularly if you are doing much with Javascript.


On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 12:22 PM, <ad.muir at scorpius.selfip.net> wrote:

> Hi Gals & Guys,
> A big thankyou to you all.
> The missing </a> has fixed it for Safari and Chrome.
> The suggested reading is also appreciated, about time I spent a bit of time
> bring myself closer to 2011.
> Thanks again for all you help.
> Alan Muir.
> P.S. The CLUG Group is something special.
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