Dear Andy or anyone,
URGENT HELP NEEDED!!!
Please can you help me URGENTLY. My website, arcor-inc.com is completely messed up and all over the place when Firefox or Internet Explorer are used. It was built on Chrome. I have no idea what to do to fix this and it's obviously a really big problem.
looks like your stylesheets arent being loaded.
your running w3 total cache,make sure after each and every edit you empty all caches in w3 total cache backend,
i would disable every single plugin,then re-enable one by one,
failling that try a clean install of wp and dynamix in a subdirectory and new database,re-create the old site,if goes well you can move it from the sub directory to the parent with minimal effort.
Hi… your site is really jumbled on Chrome as well… I had a nosey throught the code and i just wanted to give you a little help. We use Dynamix for several clients and find it to be an amazing 'all inclusive' platform, the theme comes fully packed, with everything you could possibly need to make an amazing site.
My point is that if you want to use a large number of plugins, you will definitely have issues with theme interaction. We have designed in excess on 150 wordpress sites and have found that if a client requires plugin ladened CMS, that the default theme 'twentyten' is one of the best themes to use.
Twentyten works well with lots of plugins, because it's a blank canvas. So you'd have to get someone to help you with your artwork and the graphical side of the site, but you would probably find that the plugins wouldn't create as many issues with each other and the theme.
If you need any help with developing the site, I can certainly help you, but in a professional capacity I would definitely advise you against using all the plugins or a different theme.
We have purchased well over 100 themes from various sources, and Dynamix is by far one of the best and the easiest to use. We would fully recommend it to developers and end users for its usability and flexibility, but with any feature packed theme you are setting yourself up for headaches and misery if you stack it with plugins.
Hope that this helps.
You might be looking at a previously cached version in Chrome – it's definitely very messed up in my Chrome. FLiCKaPiX's advice above is good advice re your next steps.
not a problem,glad its sorted.
with regards to differences between browsers…every browser displays a web page in its own unique way,firefox and opera are in my opinion the most advanced,ie7,8,9 being the least.
a websites html and css incorporates a small amount of code thats targeted specifically at opera and internet explorer 7,8,9, and 10 (coming very near future,currently public preview stage.) to aid correct display of css,
its good practice to NOT design/code using one browser but two or more,i use firefox 4 and opera at the same time,as opera is css3 compliant but has similar display as ie.
adobe browser lab is a very good tool.
when testing in ie,its a good idea to upgrade to ie9 and use the developer tool to view the site as ie8 and ie7
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