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For what it's worth, it doesn't display on any browser on my mac. I get a plain black page with no visible content. If I look at the html, I get a bunch of typical looking html but it just renders black. I haven't made any attempt to try to debug the html.

The browsers I've used are:

  • Firefox 10.0.2
  • Safari 5.1.2
  • Chrome 17.0.963.78
  • I'm on a Mac running 10.6.8 on an old Core Duo

    correction: I restarted Chrome (at its request) and reloaded the page. It gave me a quick "Class of 1969 Alumni..." flash, then went to black.

    Probably start by seeing if you can make a static page that works from the html that you're generating, and figure out where that's going wrong, first.

    In reply to Re: Perl Website Fails on tablet by bitingduck
    in thread Perl Website Fails on tablet by tonyb48

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