Lets get this right: you want me to debug someone's web page... I normally expect to be paid for that sort of thing! Oh well... nothing ventured:
Just me looking: Note - no IE gets anyplace close to my machine!
is displayed. This is very bad practise. The page needs to be readable with a non-java browser.
3. There is no title defined.
4. Scrollbars are disabled
Looking at the source I see scrolling="no" on all frames. It makes extensive use of frames, which is discouraged by W3C.
5. The next link is to a page written in black on a black background
6. Finally found a page
6.1. There are non-utf8 characters used for display
6.2. Yup - the text is boldface.
6.3. despite saying it is "English", there is no English text on the page
Looking at source: it uses iframes - very bad habit!
Need to look at the embedded pages and the CSS to get to the character stuff though.
What does W3C
with validation. Mostly unencoded ampersands stopping "vitrine" being properly accessed. And you put a frame border ="no" instead of "0".
Confirms - the issue is in the embedded page or css.
The embedded page is
<LINK REL=STYLESHEET TYPE="text/css" HREF="vitrine.css">
<body background="bg_blauw_text.gif" bgcolor="#300060" class="bl">
<h4>Voor het versieren... ...door elkaar.</h4><br>
There are h4 tags around the entire text. According to the specification, h4 is boldface. I take it this is the errant bold text?
That will cost you US$100.00 + tax. Where shall I send the invoice?