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Originally posted by turk99 everything is fine on IE, Netscape, Mozilla, Camino, Firfox, Mac and XP. UGH!
If you've tested it but it doesn't work on his and only his.. something wrong with his browser.. so its something he should worry about. Perhaps he should test it with a different browser on his machine.. but I wouldn't let one machine worry you.. if you provide a link, I'm sure dozens here would test it for you..
At times. IE is the worst to comply with the w3c standards for web pages and development. Something that might work in IE since it renders everything and usually renders it when it shouldn't usually won't work in the browsers that comply with these standards, like every other browser besides IE. Can you tell, I hate IE..
I don't know if this will solve your problem, but it's worth a try...
Last edited by theYinYeti; 05-19-2005 at 11:47 AM.