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  1. #1
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    Hows it going Internet World,

    Im having some troubles with a Website project that I am currently working on, as we all know EVERYTHING looks amazing in Firefox... so my issue is no different... my site looks great in Mozilla Firefox but using another browser adds these broken image link boxes towards the right of each of my main menu items in Microsoft Internet Explorer, Apple Safari, Google Chrome, & Opera Browsers... Im pulling my hair out over here... Example screenshots of what I am talking about are included/attached below...

    The actual Website is located at Bri Bri Boutique

    If there are any CSS or HTML code that you would like me to provide that might aide you in helping me please let me know, and I will get it to you ASAP...

    FYI: I am a pretty versed Web Designer / Coder, so i am not new to this kinda stuff at all... But it seems as if this issue is literally flying right over my head... So if anyone at all can help... I would really more than appreciate the help...
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    HI - First of all, I don't want to update my browser right now, so I find the warning in the top of the site a bit annoying, and I suspect many of your visitors will feel the same.

    The page was somewhat slow to load - I think that you might want to use relative rather than absolute paths for your external file links, except where you really need them, like to Google or somwhere that is actually off-site. One of the main reasons to use external files is to make your pages load faster, reduce coding errors, and increase search engine appeal. Absolute paths actually increase load times.

    Also, looking at your code, I see you have inline styles, as well as using an external stylesheet. Since the browser reads down the page, the inline styles will be read after the CSS stylesheet is called, and the inline styles will overwrite the stylesheet. That can make it harder to fix some issues, particularly if you need a workaround for IE..

    I would say you need to keep your CSS in the stylesheet and then you can start to tweak it so it works in all browsers.

    Hope this helps,
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