Kevin Standlee (kevin_standlee) wrote,
Kevin Standlee

Hugo Awards on Safari

We have run across a problem with the new Hugo Award web site that we could use some help fixing. The basic problem appears to be a bug in Safari (specifically 2.0.4 for the Mac, though it may be in other versions). The HTML is correct in View Source, but the page is incorrectly displayed causing broken links. The problem does not occur in IE or Firefox, or in Safari for Windows. We are looking for people with Macs who can check stuff for us. Specifically:

1. We need to know if the problem is fixed in Safari 3

2. We want to test some alternate ways of coding the site so as not to cause Safari 2 to fail.

3. If we are really lucky, someone reading this will have worked on issues like this before and be able to make suggestions.

Edit, 13:05: It's not the problem with actual site (we seem to be tracking it down, but I originally misspelled the domain name in the message above (there's an "s" on the end of "TheHugoAwards"), which was why those of you who tried to click through to it were getting "site not found." Whoops!
Tags: hugo awards, safari, web browsers

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