Good question... I dunno what is the right answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I got an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..
CSS is a "language" like PHP or HTML, etc..
Firefox says you have no significant errors in yours..
The major problem I see at the iPage site is the text isn't visible because of the text color and the background (little contrast)...
I realised it was not the css, it was actually when I changed the index. I'm trying to upload my own personal message to say the iPage site is under construction, but it's THAT that stops it loading for some reason. I'm following the instructions on this iPage website to do so...
Define('TEXT_MAIN', 'Editing <b>TEXT_MAIN</B> really isn\'t that hard.<br>.
Just be sure to put a \ (slash) in front of all the \' (single tick marks).<br>.
If you don\'t to that, PHP can\'t figure out what it\'s doing so it won\'t display the page.<br>.
If you continue to have problems, post the text.<br>.
I\'m sure someone will help.<br>.
I hope this demo hasn\'t been been in vain');..
Thank you! Using your code as a template seemed to work. I was getting rid of the text between 'this is the default...' but keeping the ''s. I must have been doing something wrong. Thanks for your patience...
I purchased a program for mac called CSSedit. It's an excellent program, however, every single time I edit the css file and upload the new version my iPage website just stops loading, and gives me a blank screen. Can anyone point out the problem? Thank you..
A "bad" CSS file won't stop the iPage site from loading..
The worst that can happen with an improper CSS file is no styles show up...