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14th July 2011, 02:25 PM #1
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Joomla - I seem to randomly lose the CSS on school Macs...
Now I've encountered this before, but frankly it's never been a problem until now. We launched one of my schools websites, and everything looked spanky and everyone was loving it, until the ICT Curric Leader dropped me a helpdesk ticket pointing out that the website didn't look right on the in school MacBooks. She's absolutely right - all the in school MacBook whites, for some reason, seem to be refusing to admit the CSS. Now, my MacBook pro is set up in exactly the same way (no OSX domain here), and I can see the site perfectly (see screenshot below)
However, on any of the school MacBooks, it looks as below.
What the heck am I missing here? I've got Firefox and Safari on the MacBooks and it has the same problem on both browsers. I've no doubt I'm missing something obvious, but I'm now at the end of my tether
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14th July 2011, 03:12 PM #2
Might not be a lot of help but it seems to work fine for me on safari and chrome (running windows admittedly). I can't see anything wrong with the code, is there some strange setting on the macbooks that disables the css?
EDIT: I meant Firefox, not Chrome... although it works in that too.
Last edited by paul_1989; 14th July 2011 at 03:20 PM.
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14th July 2011, 03:16 PM #3
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Well, no. This is the strangeness - I don't have any restrictions on the MacBooks, and my mac accesses in exactly the same way. Thanks for letting me know that you can see it normally though - that reinforces my idea that it is some kind of peculiar filtering problem externally with Redstone (our ISP).
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