Who here uses Linux

@My2Cents (291)
Canada
September 11, 2006 4:40pm CST
we have both Windows and Linux...I fond that some webpages don't pull correctly or are a bit jumbled in Linux. Is it a problem with Linux, or the sites settings?
6 responses
@semodders (457)
13 Jun 07
i dont use linux and never have used one but i wouldlike to use it se how it is.
@gocybe (42)
• Finland
6 Dec 06
The settings most likely. Have you tried other browsers than the one you are using?
@cnetboss (2477)
• Philippines
5 Dec 06
I'm using both right now. I'm on ubuntu right now
• United States
12 Sep 06
Like the posts before these things are true. Most often, it is a problem with the CSS that you use.For more information on this I submit the following: div.content { width:400px; voice-family: "\"}\""; voice-family:inherit; width:300px; } The 2 lines: voice-family: "\"}\""; voice-family:inherit; Cause an IE Exploit and cause it to parse the: width:400px; Instead of : width:300px; All other browsers will correctly see the width:300px; and use it instead. For more info goto http://www.tantek.com/CSS/Examples/boxmodelhack.html
• India
12 Sep 06
Some sites use IE specific settnigs.. Any web page which correctly adheres to W3c Standard will render correctly in most browsers. You could use Firefox or Mozilla in Linux(don't use Konqueror, it just isn't good yet). Sometimes problems may occur dut to font. Make sure You have all the required fonts installed in LInux.
@crazynate (246)
• United States
11 Sep 06
I don't right now, but I have used Linux in the past. The problem with web pages in Linux is not Linux itself, but mostly based on the fact that the most popular web browser out there (IE for Windows) does not display all "properly" (designed to standards) web pages correctly. So, a lot of designers out there check it in IE, and then if that works, call that "good enough."