safari not displaying webpage

Hi the webpage
will not displayt in safari. The webpage is largely system generated, but I can amend some of the code including the doctype and header information.
The webpage only displays the header html in a webpage using safari.
This is what it displays:
<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0;URL=/patroninfo/0/redirect=/search?/rexam+papers/rexam+papers/1,9,9,B/l962@info~1052226&FF=rexam+papers+business+and+humanities+2005+2006&1,1,,0,0,0"></HEAD>
any help would be appreciated,
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Is this from an iPhone for a Computer?
Peter HartCommented:
I've tried in safari 3.1.2 and firefox 7.0.5x   and they both display it the same  as IE7 if you have a wide enough screen resolution.  if you resize the browsers  smaller both Firefox and safari  don't rearrange the right column, but IE does  to make it  appear underneath the middle column.  I Believe Firefox and Safari are correct .
what size screen are you designing to?
Peter HartCommented:
looking at your error  - try firefox and then  re-install safari
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aine100Author Commented:
it's for a screen. resolution 1152x864. The resolution etc dosent bother me, that page is supposed to show a login screen, you put in details and then a pdf displays. I know it uses frames. the login screen looks like:
try validating the page on
You might have an error, like an unclosed CSS tag or something. The w3 validator will show you the error.
Peter HartCommented:
remove the if statement checking for IE7
<!--[if lte IE 7]>
<link rel="stylesheet" media="all" type="text/css" href="/screens/ie_styles.css" />

<link rel="stylesheet" media="all" type="text/css" href="/screens/ie_styles.css" />

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Peter HartCommented:
there are other areas with the IE test - try removing it the testand leaving the code in

also what  is that code doing with the refresh  is that only IE? i.e.
meta http-equiv="Refresh" content="900;URL=" />
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