I think these two pages have the same code, but one looks different.

https://dev2.magickitchen.com/cgi/cart.cgi  please go there, and if you see a checkout button on the lower right, click it. You should see a checkout page.

Compare it to this: http://dev2.magickitchen.com/checkoutv10.html

I updated the links to css and js, but the left and right columns inside<div class="col-md-8 FormInside form-horizontal" role="form"> are smaller on the first page. Can you tell me what's going wrong there? Thanks!
Melody ScottAsked:
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BembiCEOCommented:
I guess I now what you mean...
But see something different....
So the checkout pages are different --> shopping car empty...

You can do the following...
Create the correct page on the one and on the other system....
Select to show the source code (browser specific....
Store the code as file
Compare the two files against each other..,..
A good tool to compare is winmerge....

Another option may to use the build in browser tools (i.e. F12 in IE or firefox has also a good ccs analysis plugin). With such tools you can see the associated CSS path and you can compare the CCS according to the path.

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BembiCEOCommented:
... and what I see on the first view is...
The CSS links are not the same.....
One is XHMTL , the other HTLM what results into HTML5
So the browser may interpret the sites in a different way.
Not all tags are allows in every specification, so the browser may ignore them.
Melody ScottAuthor Commented:
thanks.
Melody ScottAuthor Commented:
Interesting, I don't know where this is coming from: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">

I'll investigate.
BembiCEOCommented:
This is either the default of your Web-Development tool or you put it actively into the page....
(or somebody else).
XHTML has some advantages and disadvantages, but the format is different and the scope of tags is limited. HTML5 will overrun XHTML in my mind, as it is the newer standard and offers more functionality. Nevertheless, the DOCType HTML refers only to HTML5 for browsers that supports it. So check the result with different browsers.
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