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Posted on 2011-03-09
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Hi, I have a page on a website, and my boss sees it differently than I do. I'm running Firefox 3.6.13 on windows 7, and he's running firefox 3.6.15 on Windows 7. Here are two screenshots.

The only thing I can see is maybe he's not getting the css somehow. I also have his source code.

 What my boss sees What my boss sees What I see on every browser I can access
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Looks like some css file is not being found on his end. Firebug will help identify this if you can use it on his computer. Otherwise just make sure the paths to the CSS files are correct and that they are publicly accessible.
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I can see it as correct capture. There is no problem with page itself. Try to clear cache on boss's PC and reload the page.
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Also try to load the page in IE on boss's PC.
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And... you're all right! When I asked him to send me a screenshot, he just copied and pasted rather than send me an image of what he as seeing.

So I've been working to figure out why he's not getting the css, and he really meant I had a word wrong. Thanks, and sorry to bother you with a pointless question.
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