CSS Menu issue in Firefox

I am having an issue with CSS menus when viewed in FIrefox.

The text defaults to Times and ignores the left margin. When viewing this with Safari everything looks as it should.

I didn’t find a similar issue discussed elsewhere on this forum.

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On 11 Mar 2013, 8:03 pm, Trey Yancy wrote:

I am having an issue with CSS menus when viewed in FIrefox.

The text defaults to Times and ignores the left margin. When viewing this with Safari everything looks as it should.

I didn’t find a similar issue discussed elsewhere on this forum.

http://ohair.com/__Test/indexb.html

did you find the solution, meanwhile? sorry, i never had such issue with css menus … i would open a new document and settle up a new menu to see, if the problem persist.
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Here’s the URL:

http://sewellshutters.com/

I don’t know why Firefox would ignore the settings. The font is Verdana. Nothing Special.


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yes, i’ve seen that. did you try the ccs-menu in a new document? you have even more text-issues on that page (the bodytext is black in firefox …), so you may have some conflicts with text/styles …
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Hi Trey,
The CSS on your site is incorrect and although some browsers (Safari for example) will simply ignore the errors and move on Firefox is less forgiving. If you look at the following page you will see that the font-face declarations are all wrapped in single and double quotes;
http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fsewellshutters.com%2Fabout.html&profile=css3&usermedium=all&warning=1&vextwarning=&lang=en

font-family : "'Caudex'"

It should be one or the other;

font-family : 'Caudex'

Clean up these styles and the menu should start appearing as intended in Firefox again. On another note I would strongly suggest you replace the current menu with one created using the CSS Menus Action that ships with Freeway. At the moment each menu item and divider is a separate layer on your page which makes the page code overly complex and slow to load. Redoing this as a CSS Menu should be easy enough and will create a lot less code on the page, which in turn means the page should load a bit faster too.
Regards,
Tim.

On 13 Mar 2013, at 13:55, Trey Yancy wrote:

I don’t know why Firefox would ignore the settings. The font is Verdana. Nothing Special.


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How do I clean this up? It was all generated by the CSS Menus Action.

How do I access the code?


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Hi Trey,
Apologies but I was incorrect in my last email. There are errors in that CSS but they aren’t in the font-face styles (which are coming from Google). The errors are in your font sets and in how I suspect you’ve copied the font names from Google’s web site.

If you open the Edit > Font Sets dialog and select the ‘Oxygen’ set you should see the following two fonts listed;

'Oxygen', sans-serif;'

change this to read;

'Oxygen', sans-serif

Do the same with the font set ‘Gruppo’ by removing the extra semi-colon on the end;

'Gruppo', cursive;

to become;

'Gruppo', cursive

Be careful when you add any text into the font sets dialog as Freeway won’t police it for you and will simply output what you enter. A stray semi-colon or quote mark will cause some browsers to fall over and ignore the style.
Regards,
Tim.

On 13 Mar 2013, at 20:00, Trey Yancy wrote:

How do I clean this up? It was all generated by the CSS Menus Action.

How do I access the code?


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Tim - I owe you a round.


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