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<Solved>Background images not showing on Safari

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Hi all,

 

I'm working on a new website using PS1.5 default theme. I find it very strange that the background images on the website don't show on Safari. (see attachment)

http://svh.wickdmedia.com

I'm not sure if it has anything to do with the random background images I added to the header.tpl?

Someone please help.

 

Thanks!

Edited by anson.c (see edit history)

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unfortunanetly your website doesnt work for me, so i cant check it for issues

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thanks for link

 

i checked your website

 

the problem is with your css background: params.

 

for example, you've got style="" param in your <body> html tag:

style="background:url(/img/bg2.jpg) repeat fixed top left / cover"

 

you should use:

 

style="background:url(/img/bg2.jpg) repeat fixed top left"

 

without " / cover"

 

without this all backgrounds works perfect, you should change it

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Thank you so much! I fixed the problem now.

Another little problem is that I don't see box-shadow works on Safari. Oddly it works on the Safari on my iphone.

Anyhow... just a side question: Is there any debug addon like Firebug but for Safari?

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yes, this feature does exists, just follow instructions:

 

 

  1. Launch Safari
  2. Open Safari’s Preferences by selecting ‘Safari, Preferences’ from the menu.
  3. Click the ‘Advanced’ tab labeled.
  4. Place a check mark next to ‘Show Develop menu in menu bar.’

 

The Develop menu will appear between the Bookmarks and Window menu items.

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