Nick wrote:Well no Ian, actually it does not help at all. No-one running Windows or a recent Mac OS with Safari (thanks Blowing Old Boots) has reported this problem.
OK, If you don't want to cater to the Linux market, that's absolutely fine. Your choice.
I don't have a machine with Ubuntu on it.
Well, that's why I thought you might be interested in knowing how it renders under Ubuntu. Don't clients care how their websites look under Linux? I'd have thought the proportion of penguin aficionados in the web serving world was rather higher than in the population at large, what with LAMP and all.
I realise that obviously according to you I should, plus one with Red Hat and a dozen more with every other Linux distribution installed, just to be on the safe side - but In don't. Neither do I care what the site looks like on the raspberry pi or on an Amstrad word processor or on your toaster.
Maybe worth trying on just one Linux distribution, though? In which case, the most popular desktop one seems like an obvious choice.
Have you tested the site under Android? I've just opened the site on my Galaxy Tab 10.1 and all I get is the header picture (which vanishes after a second or so), the Home ... Everything Else
menubar and a cottages4you
advert down the right hand side. That's a completely stock Android 3.2 browser with no extensions and default settings.
On an even older Galaxy S phone it renders fine, except that a tall Gill advert displaces all the other content downwards, leaving a large vertical gap between the menu bar and the sub heading.