What I wrote at Lib Dem Voice

January 20, 2006

If you have Firefox and can read this, please tell me

Thanks to those who've let me know this blog is invisible if you're using Firefox et al browsers. I don't pretend to know why, but - being a Lib Dem - I've adopted the precautionary approach, and have deleted the stats counter in case it was that which was buggering it up.

If you still can't read this, I throw up my hands in mock despair.

10 comments:

Phil said...

It's fine now Stephen.

It might be that your stats counter code was somehow interfering with the style sheet part of the template. You could try adding it back in the < body > rather than the < head >... not sure if that will fix things, but worth a go.

James said...

I never had a problem reading this site using Firefox on either a mac or PC.

Valerie said...

I have Firefox - all perfect now. Thanks.

Steve C said...

I have Firefox - v.1.5 and have had no problems reading this blog on either a Windows or Linux PC.

Stephen Tall said...

Thanks guys - I'm going to try the stats counter again using Phil's advice. Let me know if it re-buggers things up.

Jock Coats said...

Nope - apart from the first article, the rest are covered with a black block except the headlines. Firefox 1.0.4 on a Mac running OSX 10.4

By the way it does the same in the latest Safari on a Mac.

Stephen Tall said...

Bollocks.

Andy said...

Can read the headlines, dates and the posted / comments / links footer but the black box covers the actual content of the posts, apart from links which show up orange on the black. That suggests it might be a CSS problem? I'm using Firefox 1.5 on WinXP SP1.

Jock Coats said...

By the way - it appears to work fine now in my Firefox on Mac (without upgrading it to latest version too).

Jock Coats said...

Ditto Safari/Mac