Orange bits missing

I'm using an iPad and the site looks like it's missing a lot of the orange, headers, tabs etc. Any ideas?
19:33 Sun 18th Mar 2012
 
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I use an iPad and mine seems ok (although it might be different on a proper computer).
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An example is on my profile. The tabs for Recents posts, unanswered posts etc are White. I'm sure they used to be orange.
That's not right, mine are all orange - are you using Safari or have you got an icon link thing? (it's fine in my iPhone too).
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Yes using safari. Strange!
Could you take a screen-shot and send it over please?
(Click the power button and the iPad main button at the same time to take a snap)
I'm on the ipad and all is ok. Ed, never knew that about the screen shot, excellent, talk about learn something new everyday? Thank you.
It's quite handy :)
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Never had the occasion to email you before Ed. Where do I find your address?
theeditor@theanswerbank.co.uk

^^^
There.
Ab Editor, you are strangely quiet on this and of a solution.

There are 320,000,000 people using iOS. Does this potential readership not interest you?
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It's all back to normal now.
That'll be the happy pixies at work.
"Ab Editor, you are strangely quiet on this and of a solution.

There are 320,000,000 people using iOS. Does this potential readership not interest you?"

Sorry Gromit, it's a cache issue which cleared itself up. Also, the image you sent was of the public profile, which should have some tabs missing (the ones which might be incriminating such "last viewed" and "subscribed"). I apologise for not coming back to you.

Regarding iOS - I think a mobile site would be the first step, and then a dedicated app, if it was still felt it was required.
I'm sorry but I am not divulging to anyone the colour of my bits.

W Ron.
"I'm sorry but I am not divulging to anyone the colour of my bits."

Our privacy statement means that we already know the colour of your bits under the freedom of information act.

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