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    Hi people,

    I'm new to this forum - I have been stumped on this problem for a few hours now and feel I need external help!!

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    In firefox / IE it all seems ok in my browsers.

    In Safari 5.0 on a Mac it is showing a horizontal scrollbar as if the <body> was like 1800px wide...

    I have a feeling it is some CSS somewhere causing this to happen (margin / padding somewhere maybe?) but I can't find it.

    The "computed style" when I inspected the element of the <body> shows width: 1846px; I don't use safari much apart from cross-browser compatability testing so not sure what "computed style" means. I assume it's the calculated style of what I am looking at in that specific browser with my computer hardware, just an assumption - please correct if I am wrong.

    Any help much appreciated - I have wasted enough time on this - hopefully it's an easy one to fix.

    Thanks in advance,
    Mikey_c_9

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    This is a puzzle - I don't know much about Magento - could it be something auto-generated?
    I would start by checking the CSS first - beyond that I have no clue but will be very interested to see what the answer is, as I am starting to try to learn more CMS beyond WordPress. "computed style seems to indicate some sort of addition of widths taking place somewhere maybe?!?
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    It's puzzling to say the least, I have looked all through the css and cant pinpoint what's causing it.

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    OK - I see you are using a bunch of jQuery on the site - did a little looking around and found this - Old Nabble - jQuery Dev List - How to workaround Safari marginRight issue

    Could this be it?
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    I don't think so, no. Thanks though, really need to get this sorted fast.

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    IE 8 also has a scrollbar horizontally but does not scroll, just greyed out - hmmmm????


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