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RightHere
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Suddenly yesterday I noticed that the page is all messed up in Chrome 11.

This is how I see the Edit Item: http://d.pr/KCad

This is how I see the window where I’m typing this message: http://d.pr/Y5Z1

It only happens for me in Chrome 11.

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pxt
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Suddenly yesterday I noticed that the page is all messed up in Chrome 11.

This is how I see the Edit Item: http://d.pr/KCad

This is how I see the window where I’m typing this message: http://d.pr/Y5Z1

It only happens for me in Chrome 11.

It looks fine on Chrome 11.0.696.71 on Windows 7. Which OS are you using?

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yougapi
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Have the exact same specs than @Pexat, and all looks fine for me too. Try the incognito mode. Sometime when a website updates its CSS , some users browsers could still cache the old CSS . Already experienced that on one of my websites. Usually clearing the cache solve it (supposing the problem is not coming from a broken CSS ).

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pxt
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Have the exact same specs than @Pexat, and all looks fine for me too. Try the incognito mode. Sometime when a website updates its CSS , some users browsers could still cache the old CSS . Already experienced that on one of my websites. Usually clearing the cache solve it (supposing the problem is not coming from a broken CSS ).

@yougapi:

Whenever I build a client site and I update the css, I change a meaningless query string on the href:

Example:

<link href="style.css?rev=20110602" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />

Edit: That’s really weird. When I wrote that html above, I wrote it in a different order (rel, type and then href) and now it’s different!

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