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Help, guys who use safari as their main browser please go here and tell me if it looks like the snapshot below......

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/index.php

picture one is Internet explorer, and is how it should look, picture 2 is a safari pic, and its all screwed up, Its one of my favorite sites on the web, and I spend countless hours there, and would really rather view it in Safari, I prefer not to use IE at all if I can get away with it.....

Is this a browser problem or a website problem?
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My safari looks like that. Try FireFox if you don't want to use IE (Which is a terrible broswer)

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Ill assume then that it is a problem with the website and not my settings, Ill notify the webmaster there, Im sure he can come up with something, thanks
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the thing is they are gonoing to build their site to work with IE over any other browser for the simple fact that it is the most used browser....
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that is how i usually make my websites

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