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HTML Build an Interactive Website jQuery Plugins Responsive Slider Plugin - CSS

Chrome vs. Safari

In Chrome only the pagination links are shown, while the Slider elements seem to be hidden. In Safari, both are visible, and the slider works correctly. Any help would be appreciated!

1 Answer

It's always best to post your code. But in general when something displays fine in one browser but not in another, it is a cross-browser compatibility problem. Some things are not supported and there isn't much you can do about that.You are comparing Chrome and Safari which both use -webkit for css definitions. check the various JQuery functions and CSS properties. Something in there is not yet supported in Chrome. http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css3_browsersupport.asp here is an example of compatibility issues you may encounter. Test it in other browsers like Opera, IE, and Firefox. If it works on 4/5 I'd call that a success.