You may want to spellcheck your stylesheet! 8(
FONT-FAMILY: Verdana, Ariel, Helvitica;
Also, you have a single layer on the page. It contains the tables that you
have used for your layout. Why is that? I can see no reason for this.
Finally, I am sure that the problem you are having is because you have
percent sized tables within your single layer. Try changing those to fixed
pixel widths and see if that helps.
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"Joseph Perry" <infooaktreeweb.net> wrote in message
news:beka2v$nr$1forums.macromedia.com...systematic> Hi everyone,
> I just launched a simple web site using CSS and layers... it seems to work
> OK on IE 5 and NN7 but have problems with Mac as told to me by the client.
> I don't have a Mac,... would you please tell me what is the problem (with
> the text rollover buttons) and give an idea to approach the solution.
> ... I am yet learning CSS on the fly... will have to do this in a> way in the future... sorry if the problem is simple... hope to be able to
> contribute to this newsgroup in the future...