I am not an expert on this but it would seem that you have built this site, whether knowingly or not, specifically for IE 6.0 on Windows. If you were to look at this site using IE 5.x for Windows, you would find that there are errors there too.
Each browser has it's own quirks and a good webmaster will either steer clear of proprietary html code (Microsoft) or produce code that takes into account ALL the browsers, and their quirks, out there. I am guessing that you built the site using W2K or XP. There are really only three, M$(IE5.x&IE6.x), Netscape(kinda Mozzilla), Safari(Mozilla based), Mozzilla and Firefox(Mozilla)
So the problem is not specifically a Mac problem, see the IE 5.x comment, but a browser problem. Remember that more and more people are moving to Mozilla (Firefox). Macworld has a good article on this very subject in this months issue. http://www.macworld.com
hope this helps
I am a webmaster and have created a large commercial website. It comes up perfectly in Internet Explorer 6.0 with IBM computers running Win 98, Win 2000 or Win Xp Home. BUT when someone views my site on a Macintosh Computer, the frames, and layers of the index page (home page) get all out of lined.
I have created this site using Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004 using layers, frames and the "normal" web tools. It loads perfectly in Internet Explorer 6.0 and loads fairly quick. There is also a Java 2 Applet Movie rotating about 45 or so photos on the right of the index page. Everything works as it should in IE 6.0 and on a IBM computer.....others are saying when they look at the site on a Mac computer, the index pages loads, but all the information is out of line.
HELP - I need this site to view correctly in ALL browsers, IE and Mozilla, plus on every computer, IBM and MAC...so what do you suggest in how I can fix this????
This is URGENT. Please email me directly email@example.com or using this forum. I need this sorted out ASAP.
The same thing happens when viewed in a Mozilla browser...any suggestions?