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PC to Mac: Why on PC is my text showing up HUGE? But on Mac seems fine?

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nathanrouse

Exactly what the subject said. Building a site and a friend on a PC sent me screenshots of the text blowing up huge, but when seen on Mac or iPad/phone, it looks fine....what did I accidentally do?

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Kate
Could just be a browser thing... How are you defining the font sizes? And, do you have a link, please?

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nathanrouse
where do i define the font sizes? the link is http://thebirth.net/home-2 for the normal site and then the link for what it looks like on my friend's pc is here: http://thebirth.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Screen-shot-2011-10-13-at-12.08.00-PM.png

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Rob
Nathan, This won't bring much comfort, but if you think about it, there's some in here. On my site's advertising section, which is its own WP installation, the site looked perfect to me. But when one of the PlatformPro developers looked, the site looked all broken up. There was no visible error, but on his browser, it looked terrible, and in my browser it looked perfect. On my other computer too. It's just a few computers or browsers that will do things like this. Have you edited functions.php lately? Or added any old plugins, or perhaps plugins that have a lot of their own CSS?

Former PageLines Moderator, Food Expert and Raconteur

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nathanrouse
It seems to be just an Internet Explorer thing...

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Rob
True.

Former PageLines Moderator, Food Expert and Raconteur

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nathanrouse
Any lay thoughts on how to correct what's happening in IE?

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kastelic
I would validate your site ( http://validator.w3.org ) and look for any unclosed or overlapping tags. These will many times cause problems in one browser and not another.

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