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On my desktop, my client's website displays great in all other browsers except for Safari. It looks like it's trying to run the mobile version of the site instead of the desktop version.The logo is on top of the menu, and the 4 footer widgets are on top of each other rather than side by side. On the sub pages, the sidebar is at the bottom of the pages.
Thanks for your help!http://www.jdstatepark.com/
I'm seeing the site the same in Safari as in Chrome and Firefox.... Dumb question, but is Safari's window maximized when you're looking?
Screenshot from Safari:
Yes, it is opened all the way, but I got to thinking that it may be my resolution, since it looked great on your screenshot. I changed my resolution from 1024x768 to 1280x768, and the site looks perfect! Thank you, Andrea!
BTW- Your blog is one of my favorites!
Awesome news! Glad to hear that you were able to resolve the issue - it will take awhile to get used to the new resolution (I speak from experience there) but in a week or so you won't even notice. Appreciate the kind words re: the blog as well! 🙂
I’ve marked this topic as resolved for now, but feel free to open a new topic if you need help with anything else. 🙂
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