I made updates to the index file of https://weavergroup.com that entailed the addition of a picture in the right-hand column with the heading "Articles and Activities" and text below it. It looks fine in Firefox. HOWEVER, in Safari, the "Welcome to the Weaver Group" text in the left column has been pushed to the bottom of the page with much trailing white space before and after it. I work in Design mode, and do all my updates there. Before working on this website lately, the last time I updated this website was in 2019. Everything was displaying fine before the changes. If someone can look at the code and let me know if there's a problem there, thank you!
ANOTHER problem: I'm FTPing the files from the local folder to the (GoDaddy hosted) website using the DW FTP function. I see a delay in the updates, so I've been creating multiple index files to see if any changes to the way I have spacing in tables affects the Safari display. (index2, index3, index4) So far, none of the changes I'm trying have fixed the display problem.
Thanks for your help!
#1 Fix your code errors. Validation errors can adversely impact how some browsers render your pages.
#2 Save changes. Upload to server. Clear Safari History & Cached data.
Post back if you have any questions.