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Possible site problem??..


Rigga

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Hi all,

I have a web site written in asp.net here click here

However I have a user using a mac that claims the site does not function at all. i.e. the menu items do not work.

As I do not have easy access to a MAC, can any mac users confirm or deny the site works. ( suspect it may be that the user has java turned off )

Thanks.
R.

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Rigga

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Thanks I got another few peeps to test it in a mac environment, and it seems that it was just java disabled.

R.

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Rigga

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Thanks, and agreed. Have already made plans to do so. (not yet live)

The javascript is built into the asp.net when using a button on the page.

I have modified the code to now use straight hyperlinks where it can. It's in testing so not yet live.

R.

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