Best Answer Rob , 18 July 2013 - 08:42 AM
Third party services like Facebook, Twitter (Bootstrap) and others deliver styling to a site. For example, Twitter Bootstrap controls many of the shortcodes we offer, and may also control parts of NavBar (if I recall correctly). Thus, from an Intranet site, since there's no connectivity to the broader Internet, the styling for some elements of a site will look differently.
Now, when it comes to things like the Feature Slider, if you're uploading images to the site on the Internet, and your client isn't connected thereto, images can't be viewed because they're not Local to the client's view. They'll be visible immediately when the site is viewed online. Similarly, since the content is delivered via the online database, it can only be viewed when online. Images, content, etc., that are locally loaded, will still be seen.
You should still be able to set up your client's host file so that the visible site is whatever you have on your IP address.
I'd recommend speaking with your network administrator, hosting company or IT department (if you have one) to ensure that the client's view is the same as yours and then the problems will be resolved.Go to the full post