Looks like Dillo doesn't support background images in CSS, and/or the
display:none directive, so it's displaying the word "FreeDOS" in the
H1 instead of an image. I can fix that on the web site.

On Mon, Nov 21, 2011 at 12:22 PM, Marco Achury <> wrote:
> Here is a screenshot of using dillo for Win32 and  "View mobile
> site"
> El 21/11/2011 09:02 a.m., jhall escribió:
> I guess I need to find some time to install Dillo and see what is not
> rendering properly on the FreeDOS site. My guess is Dillo does not implement
> all of the CSS that I am using there. Most likely, it is breaking on
> absolute placement (this would mean the "tabs" show up at the bottom, as
> would the left-hand links.)
> I wonder if a "workaround" would be to detect Dillo on the web site, and
> treat it like a mobile browser so it gets the simplified pages. If you click
> on "View mobile site" in the footer, does the page look okay?
> jh

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