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    christop049 is offline Junior Member
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    Default Login Boxes display differently in chrome and safari

    Hi i am an admin of ez-servers.net website and have an issue with the the login boxes i have at the top of the site, can anyone suggest any steps i can take to resolve this issue

    i have tested this site in ie6 and 7 and FF and it displays fine but cant seem to workout why i cant get it to display correctly in chrome and safari.

    Thanks in advance for any help.

    Regards
    Chris

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    Kyrax is offline Senior Member
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    If I solve your issue, are you going to give me a free TF2 server ?

    But there isn't much I can do at the moment since
    www.ez-servers.net seems down.

    EDIT: Website is back online, I'll try to help.

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    Kyrax is offline Senior Member
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    Ok, so I isolated the problem to this section
    HTML Code:
    
    <form method="POST" action="http://ez-servers.tcadmin.com/Templates/Default/login.aspx"> 
     
    <div id="login-bar"> 
     
    <table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0" class="logintable"> 
     
    <tr> 
     
    <td class="loginboxalign">Username</td> 
     
    <td class="loginboxalign"><input type="text" size="10" name="USERID" value="" class="loginboxform" /></td> 
     
    <td class="loginboxalign">Password</td> 
     
    <td class="loginboxalign"><input type="password" size="10" name="PASSWORD" value="" class="loginboxform" /></td> 
     
    <td class="loginboxalign"><input type="image" src="http://www.ez-servers.net/images/login-button.jpg" class="loginbutton" height="24" width="27" /></td> 
     
    </tr> 
     
    </table> 
     
    </div> 
     
    </form> 
    Oh and I tested without CSS and there was no problem. So it's not in your markup.
    I don't have any more time. But you should check
    logintable, loginboxform, loginbutton, loginboxalign
    and if you have CSS for id " login-bar " , you should verify that too.

    Also, according to W3C, your site could use some corrections here and there.
    If you want to use XHTML transitional, you might want to minimize the number of errors here : http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ht...Inline&group=0

    Good luck. If this hasn't been solved in ~ 8hours, I'll be back to help.

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    christop049 is offline Junior Member
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    Default Think its solved

    Hi Kyrax

    I have looked at the login sections before, but i didnt notice that i had a setting called margin-top set to 18px which was working in FF but not in Google Chrome, i replaced this with padding and it seems to have done the job.

    Thanks for all of your help, i will look into the issues that show on the site and see if i can do anything with them.

    Many thanks for help and advise.

    if we need any work doing on the site would you be interested in the work?? if so pm me from this site with your email address.

    Chris
    ez-servers.net

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