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    Sometimes safari displays a very strange menu on the following link:

    It displays like this:

    It is totally random when it happens.. and it happens only on safari

    Can someone help me?



    I visited the site and the site looks fine. After a few refresh I can’t establish connection. Maybe the site is down or under maintenance. Let me tag the rest of the support team to check this out.




    Okay thank you. I hope to hear from you :)



    I tried to reproduce the issue on Win8 + Safari but I couldn’t – do you use Mac?

    Best regards,



    Yes i’m using mac, i’m sorry, i should have told that before..



    Hard to say, but you are using w3 total cache, with the minifier or without? And you also got Cloud Flare. I am just wondering if perhaps you got something stuck in your cache somewhere that’s old and during the time one cache is rebuilt it displays something incorrectly.




    I’m useing w3 total cache without the minifier, but I do use the minifier from Cloud Flare.

    Do you have a suggestion what I can do?

    Thanks in advance!



    Have you tried to restoring the w3 cache to default settings?




    I have now turned w3 total cache off and cloudflare off.. But nothing changes?



    All your css is still compressed. How did you compress it?

    Also you are using some curious css z-index numbers… z-index:99990999999999 .. are you sure that number can be understood by your computer? looks a bit large to me unless you have 64 bits or more.

    You also have invalid css in a number of places. in your media queries, you are not defining size correctly:

    @media only screen and (min-device-width: 1701) and (max-device-width: 2000) {

    1701 and 2000 px/em/pt?

    the correct way to do it as you have in a different part of the custom.css file

    @media screen and (max-width: 800px) {


    also you have many other errors with your css (below, should be no space between 20 and px.

    padding-top:20 px;

    this is not a standard css defintion.


    I would suggest that you download a fresh flashlight theme, and replace your css with the one contained in there. You probably need an update as well since a few days ago a new version came out. Please do not compress css using software , unless you are just removing empty space, since almost everything out there screws up the css, since its supposed to go in a certain order, a cascade, and often optimizer move things around in a bad way.




    Thanks, that did the trick! Thank you very much!!! :)


    Great! Enjoy the theme!



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