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accepted Is it a legal requirement to display company registration details?
Jul
9
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?
added 11 characters in body
Jul
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revised Is it a legal requirement to display company registration details?
edited body
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
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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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awarded  Commentator
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
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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...
Jul
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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?
Jun
12
comment Does a large (hidden) submenu count towards site content in tems of determining page similarities?
right ok, hmm, maybe the non tabular layout and lack of H1's ?? have you asked this in google's webmaster tools forums? might be worth a shot.