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Jul
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comment Is it a legal requirement to display company registration details?
Yes i found those articles too - it seems i must - Thanks!
Jul
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accepted Is it a legal requirement to display company registration details?
Jul
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asked How to offer a cookie opt in/out to users?
Jul
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asked Active Directory auto login to website for domain users
Jul
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revised Is it a legal requirement to display company registration details?
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Jul
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revised Is it a legal requirement to display company registration details?
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Jul
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asked Is it a legal requirement to display company registration details?
Jul
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awarded  Scholar
Jul
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accepted Why is <strong> in Safari significantly bolder than other browsers?
Jul
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comment Why is <strong> in Safari significantly bolder than other browsers?
Sorted - Thanks!
Jul
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comment Why is <strong> in Safari significantly bolder than other browsers?
AH! ok that makes sense then. So - is there any way in google web fonts to check IF there is a bold provided?
Jul
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awarded  Student
Jul
5
comment Why is <strong> in Safari significantly bolder than other browsers?
@Su': - Quite simple: <strong>Gardner Locations:<br /> <br /> France:</strong><br /> - <a href = "facilities_belesta.aspx" class="maintextGrey">Belesta</a><br />
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Jul
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comment Why is <strong> in Safari significantly bolder than other browsers?
@Whitty: I have not - I don't have access to one... I used to have one, but my latest laptop purchase steered back towards a windows machine, as i got 3x the spec for less money than a mac
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awarded  Supporter
Jul
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comment Why is <strong> in Safari significantly bolder than other browsers?
Thanks Simone I have used these before, however in this instance they make no difference.
Jul
5
comment Why is <strong> in Safari significantly bolder than other browsers?
good question, the reason is that a good amount of the text content in the site is editable by an admin console, usinf FreeTextBox - which is great, but to make things bold, it can only apply <B> or <STRONG>, not CSS styles. The menu above however, is static - the reason for using <STRONG> over a CSS style is purely laziness on my part! (dreamweaver: Ctrl + B) It was fine in Arial across all browsers, but the management wanted to go with a non standard font. I will apply a css style to the menu titles and see what happens...
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asked Why is <strong> in Safari significantly bolder than other browsers?
Jun
13
comment Turning my website into a non-profit
If its actually making money, why dont you consider selling it?