Firefox css issue

Discussion in 'Style and design' started by Michal Tesarr, Apr 24, 2012.

  1. Michal Tesarr

    Michal Tesarr New Member

    Hi,
    I have problem with Firefox and loading css stylesheet. I have updated it in admin CP -> Templates -> Templates -> clientcss. It's OK in Chrome / Safari. But some of my custom classes and ids aren't in Firefox.
    I don't understand where is a problem. Can you help me, please?
    Thanks
  2. abates

    abates Member

    You would be hard pressed to find a style sheet that does not have hacks to at least some degree for multiple browsers.

    Often you will have to have the same line, with a slightly different protocol to make it work.

    -moz-
    The above line is the standard prefix for alternate Firefox hacks.

    A quick list of common browser support for css shenanigans can be found : < http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css3_browsersupport.asp >

    If you can post a few lines that you are having problems with, that might help.

    Hope that helps a bit.
  3. Michal Tesarr

    Michal Tesarr New Member

    Hi,
    thanks for your reply. But there is no problem with any of style... I know about hacks.
    I have different problem... There are missing lines in my stylesheet in firefox. They are not there indeed. And I don't understand why...
    They are in chrome, safari, but firefox they're not...
  4. abates

    abates Member

    No problem, I didn't mean to insult, was just starting at the basics.

    Do you have an example?
  5. Michal Tesarr

    Michal Tesarr New Member

  6. Michal Tesarr

    Michal Tesarr New Member

    Well It looks like there is the same problem in internet explorer too.
    Can you, please, help me with it?
  7. abates

    abates Member

    From what I can tell, firefox is totally ignoring the js. Can't quite tell why. The generated source is not rendering properly. It's hard to tell the reason, but it's possible that something along the way in customization got messed up.
  8. abates

    abates Member

    Was keeping tabs on you, just to make sure you got going.

    What did you end up doing to fix your problem?
  9. Michal Tesarr

    Michal Tesarr New Member

    there was a missing ' in the css code...
    I'm sorry about that. It's best practice to open css file in any editor that can auto-format stylesheet and it should show errors in the code.
    It's fixed now. So thanks you for your time...
  10. abates

    abates Member

    Glad to know it was something simple.

    Best of luck in your styling and designing!

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