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I wonder if one of the mods would be able to take a look at my site, which for some reason isn’t displaying in Chrome correctly:
The issue is to do with the small slider thumbnails on the opening page. On first load, the grey border is visible, but mainly the white border (which expands on mouseover) is smaller in chrome and makes it look like a frame within the main image boarder. It works fine in Safari, IE and Firefox.
I believe it could be the slideThumWrap and fancy element styles causing the issue. In chrome the width and height are not 44px and 64px respectively, there are 43.777777671813965px and 63.777777671813965px respectively.
Any thoughts or comments would be appreciated.
I don’t see any difference in Chrome 20.0.1132.57 m to Firefox or IE. Is it on a specific OS or a different version of chrome?
Many thanks for looking into this for me.
After preparing a screen dump from both Chrome and Firefox, and putting them side by side, I could see there was a width issue in Chrome (it was smaller in width). I even swapped over my hacked css for the css that comes with the original Avisio download to see if that was the issue.
The answer: Chrome browser was set to 90% display size (CTRL+Middle Mouse Wheel would have been the culprit)
I can only apologise for wasting your time. I had tried everything before posting the query.
Please close this thread.
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