Safari/Firefox Browser issue with Zen Cart (ecommerce)

Posted on 2008-11-18
Last Modified: 2013-12-07
I need someone with Firefox and Safari on a mac to tell me why there is a problem displaying divs only on those browsers. It displays correctly on ie/firefox/opera on a pc, but not on a mac. It seems like the divs that display the content and navigation bar are overlapping the div that displays the logo. Can someone sort this for me?
Question by:flipside1212
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    by:Michel Plungjan
    No examples. No html, No links. No help
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    Lol, oops, I was busy when I wrote this. My site is
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    It looks fine in Firefox 3 (for Mac and Win), however, Firefox 2, Safari 3, and especially Safari 2 have issues.

    The first thing to do is to give #contentMainWrapper clear:both  It's a real shame that you're using a table for layout though.
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    "It's a real shame that you're using a table for layout though." - Yah I know, but this is what Zen Cart, the ecommerce pack I have uses. It took me enough time to just figure out how to make and customize my own template. Actual layout is pretty much uncustomizable, unless I want to rewrite everything. Anyways, I'll do what you say and accept if it works. Thank you.
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    It worked - You're the man!!!

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