Really urgent problem pls help

Discussion in 'Graphic Design' started by Biggie_mac, Aug 13, 2005.

  1. Biggie_mac

    Biggie_mac OSNN Junior Addict

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    Look at ww.neramo.ro/products.htm ...then look at this print screen done by someone(unfortunatelly someone is my boss) on a Samsung 17" monitor:

    http://www.neramo.ro/en/products.htm

    U will surely see the diference. He sees some words/letters bigger than other and writting is all messed up. my queastion is why? Does any of u see the writting messed up? (those of you with a 17" lcd monitor specially). Does any of u have any ideea why he sees the page like that? Could it be a display setting problems or smth? Pls help u I really need to solve this problem. Thx a lot
     
  2. rebel7254

    rebel7254 OSNN One Post Wonder

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    Uhm, both links take me to the same site. Where's the Prnt Scrn shot? The content on the website looks just fine on my 15.4" widescreen laptop.
     
  3. Biggie_mac

    Biggie_mac OSNN Junior Addict

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    Really sorry...here they are:

    www.neramo.ro/tibi.jpg - this is the print screen

    www.neramo.ro/en/products.htm - this is the page

    I was clearly thinking of something else when I posted. Sorry. If anyone has even the slightest ideea why the writting is so messed up on his screen...pls tell me.
     
  4. LordOfLA

    LordOfLA Godlike!

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    dont mix font tags and css styles - things get confused :)

    I'll add more as I read through that mess of html :p

    Edit: once I released I needed to look at the iframe source... strip out all of the MS word html formatting and stop using frontpage.

    You are specifying html sizes and then pixel sizes which accounts for the size difference.

    Stop using font tags and use css instead - use an external css file to keep it seperate and both clear and easy to understand.

    I recommend you go get something like dreamweaver or adobe golive cs2 if you need a wysiwyg editor otherwise teach yourself html + css.

    Check the url in my signature for what I mean - feel free to view the source, borrow ideas etc. Dont rip me off, but you're welcome to take inspiration from me :)
     
    Last edited: Aug 15, 2005
  5. ~bk

    ~bk I Political User

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    Might be a problem with the person's Internet browser.
     
  6. gonaads

    gonaads Beware the G-Man Political User Folding Team

    I think maybe it could be (in that frame) where you have two (2) font tags and only closed with one. (see first bold type). Then you closed further down after some other code (see bold type near bottom). Since in the first font tag I quoted you have listed a size 9pt font and then on the lower section you have listed a size 2 font. It could be causing the text to revert to the larger size?

    If you closed the first two (2) font tags one after the other and remove the lower close font tag it should fix. I think. I could also be way the fuuk off with this. :nervous:


    Funny thing is it shows fine in Firefox, Mozilla, Opera and Explorer, just the way it is.
     
  7. Biggie_mac

    Biggie_mac OSNN Junior Addict

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    10x for all the help...I will try and rewrite it. By the way....any of you guys have a 17" LCD? I was thinking that this might have to do something with the problem. 10x again
     
  8. LordOfLA

    LordOfLA Godlike!

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    screensize has nothing to do with it.
    Its your bad coding ni frontpage :p