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Firefox 13 broke?

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So Fire fox updated to 13 last night... (I do web design) and all the "-moz-border-radius: 9px 3px 9px 3px;" stopped working on one of my sites. I also can view the source and click the link to the CSS and i get a 404. it only happens in Firefox i can click to the FF CSS in Chrome and IE but FF seems to disregard the

"base href="http://www.spiritwearwholesale.com/mm5/"

Modified by latendresse76

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Surprise! Yes, I noticed that when I installed the beta. You can change those -moz rules to standard border-radius rules now, or you can include both (Firefox 3.6 and earlier still require the -moz rule). See: border-radius - MDN.


P.S. The reason Chrome has not changed is the -webkit rules:


.radiobut img { -moz-border-radius: 9px 9px 9px 9px; -webkit-border-radius: 9px; -webkit-border-top-left-radius: 9px; -webkit-border-bottom-right-radius: 9px;}

See also: .button, #left-navigation, #category-tree, #main-content, .product-item .padding, .SRCH .product-details, .SW-PriceDec (and more!).

Modified by jscher2000

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Regarding the <base> tag, which is the page that displays the problem?

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fun so i get to have a 21 CSS solute for a single site it's getting beyond silly.


and it's every page it seems. the shopping cart system i use has the base href in the global header and now isn't noticing that. The CSS is located

http://www.spiritwearwholesale.com/mm5/css/00000001/cssui.css

if you try to follow the link in the page source when right clicking and Viewing Page Source the css link is link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href="css/00000001/cssui.css" media="all" which is right below the base href="http://www.spiritwearwholesale.com/mm5/" but following that link leads you to a $)$ because it sends you to http://www.spiritwearwholesale.com/css/00000001/cssui.css Leaving out the "mm5"

and yea i'm in the process of trying to dumb down and clean up the CSS and then make the different versions. if you look in Chrome you can see taht i did use alot more webkit stuff

Modified by latendresse76

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Yes, if I go to the home page at http://www.spiritwearwholesale.com/ and View Source (Ctrl+u) and click the link on line 7, I get an error page. This appears to be a bug in the source viewer. Did it work correctly in Firefox 12?

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Work here, either in a tab hovering the links and in the View Page Source with a left click.

Start Firefox in Diagnose Firefox issues using Troubleshoot Mode to check if one of the extensions or if hardware acceleration is causing the problem (switch to the DEFAULT theme: Firefox/Tools > Add-ons > Appearance/Themes).

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Yea it worked fine in FF 12, which i'm rolling back to took a little work to actually find the DL.

for another question do you know which Versions of FF saw the most changes to how things are handled. i'm going to roll back FF to 12 an try to set up an older version to also run through a custom install.

I just wasn't sure if i should all the way back to 3.6.28


I tried in "Safe Mode" and it's the same it's FF not the add ons, and yea th base href tag is being ignored....

Modified by latendresse76