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Hi All

I am a web designer using CMS, the WYSIWYG option will only work in IE. Obviously using a MAC IE is not available. Is there a way around this problem? I am currently using Firefox. Any help would be appreciated.
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Gonna need more details, which editor are you using? Which CMS?

Often WYSIWYG dont give you what you are after in multiple browsers, which is why it helps to know how to code, to determine where the problems are etc.

Maybe if you posted the URL of the website, we could diagnose it a little better?
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