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Why doesn't this show up in Safari?

Posted on 2013-11-30
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I've got a gallery that advances based on the user's clicking on a button at the bottom of my images. That button shows up great on a Windows platform, but it doesn't show up on Safari.

The page in question is http://www.trinityspringhill.org. That calendar banner should have two circles beneath it that allows the user to click back and forth between the two images and the circles don't show up on Safari.

Why? And how can I fix it?
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by:Gary
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In .cycle-pager {} stylesheet_slideshow.css line 32
remove
position: absolute;
overflow:hidden;

and add
margin-top: -20px;

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by:brucegust
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I made the change, but Safari continues to not cooperate. Still can't see the page.

What am I missing?
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Remove overflow:hidden as well (I edited the Q above)
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by:brucegust
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Done!
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