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2001\01\28@174846 by David Huisman

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I am experiencing a problem that the graphics on my web site
http://www.orbitcoms.com are not being displayed for those using Netscape
browsers,

Does anyone know what the problem may be ? I am not using any dynamic HTML,
but do use the absolute positioning and text wrap in Frontpage.

Regards

David Huisman

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2001\01\29@150515 by Barry Gershenfeld

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>I am experiencing a problem that the graphics on my web site
>http://www.orbitcoms.com are not being displayed for those using Netscape
>browsers,
>
>David Huisman
>

I'm seeing the grapics now in 4.73.  Now I see another thing
having to do where it puts the text and pictures.  When I
resize the window it rearranges things, and not necessarily
in a good way.  You may want to try this after you straighten
out the image thing.

Barry

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2001\01\29@161105 by James R. Cunningham

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I'm using Netscape Navigator with Windows 3.11, and don't appear to be having
any problems

Jim

Barry Gershenfeld wrote:

> >I am experiencing a problem that the graphics on my web site
> >http://www.orbitcoms.com are not being displayed for those using Netscape
> >browsers,

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2001\01\29@170620 by David Huisman

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Thanks for your input guys.

I have had a play with http://www.orbitcoms.com last night. I tried it with
the latest Netscape 6 and it seems to work ok except on the home page the
bullet marks do not appear on the bullet list and the spacing between them
is doubled.

I do not understand why this would occur as the HTML code is standard.

Regards

David Huisman

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2001\01\29@185702 by Tim Hamel

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In a message dated 1/29/01 2:08:29 PM Pacific Standard Time,
spam_OUTdavid.huismanTakeThisOuTspamADVMININGTECH.COM.AU writes:


> I do not understand why this would occur as the HTML code is standard.
>
> Regards
>
> David Huisman
>


Unfortunately, this isn't true. Yes, there IS a standard, but not all
browsers adhere to it. Example, IE doesn't mind if you don't close out your
table tags (td, tr, etc), yet Netscape will scream if you don't. That's the
art of HTML, you have to make it so it renders about the same in the major
browsers.

Regards,

Tim H.

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2001\01\29@195555 by James Korman

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I'm using Netscape 4.7 and the bullets are there
and single spaced!

Jim Korman

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2001\01\29@202115 by David Huisman

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Tim,

So.. looking at the HTML source on the site, can you see why the bulleted
list would not operate correctly ?

Regards

David Huisman

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2001\01\29@202908 by Barry Gershenfeld

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>> I do not understand why this would occur as the HTML code is standard.
>
>Unfortunately, this isn't true. Yes, there IS a standard, but not all
>browsers adhere to it. Example, IE doesn't mind if you don't close out your
>table tags (td, tr, etc), yet Netscape will scream if you don't.

It would be nice if this were the case.  But in my experience most
browsers, upon encountering an error, don't say anything!  They
just play dumb -- they try to display something approximate or
leave out the things they don't understand.  Or they make
assumptions about missing tags, and thus make you think
your page is error-free, when it isn't.

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2001\01\29@214514 by Jinx

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> I do not understand why this would occur as the HTML code
> is standard.

Try the program "HTML Tidy"

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2001\01\29@225322 by Dwayne Reid

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At 08:47 AM 1/30/01 +1100, David Huisman wrote:
>Thanks for your input guys.
>
>I have had a play with http://www.orbitcoms.com last night. I tried it with
>the latest Netscape 6 and it seems to work ok except on the home page the
>bullet marks do not appear on the bullet list and the spacing between them
>is doubled.
>
>I do not understand why this would occur as the HTML code is standard.

Try running your site through one of the on-line HTML validation
sites.  One that I use is http://validator.w3.org/

dwayne



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2001\01\30@032105 by Tim Hamel

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Ditto. I also tried with IE and they all looked neat. If these bullets look shot (hehe) on the OP's computer then I'd have to ask what resolution he's at; maybe that plays a role.

Regards,

Tim Hamel

James Korman <jkormanspamKILLspamALLTEL.NET> wrote:

>I'm using Netscape 4.7 and the bullets are there
>and single spaced!

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