In our Feb. 9 article, ”
Some Web sites ‘hostile’ to Mac users,” it was recommended that Mac users e-mail the operators of such sites and “tell them you’re taking your eyeballs and your money elsewhere.” MacCentral reader, Huw Spiers, had success in getting a Web site to go Mac, but he used a slightly different approach.
He was looking into Keystone, Colorado skiing holidays at
“Expecting to hear nothing more (and to take my money elsewhere, if truth be told!), I was very pleasantly surprised to get an e-mail within a few hours from their solutions provider,
TyrannosaurusRez,” Spiers told MacCentral. “Through an exchange of e-mails between myself and Jake Reyna from TyrannosaurusRez, he modified a test section of the site — I checked it out with various browsers, reported the results back and we got the problem fixed after a few iterations. He then applied the fix to all the live sections of the site that were affected.”
As a further upside, TyrannosaurusRez provides booking solutions to a number of sites apart from East West Resorts, all of which are now Mac-compatible as a result of their responsiveness.