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thanks for your reply, sorry if i didnt give u enough info on the link, www.rmv.nl is a link to a museum, and believe it, i dont mean no harm, this link that i sent point to one of there exebitions. This is a link to there othere exebition http://www.rmv.nl/rmv/internet/main_bazaar1.html i hoop you can open this one.
you said this can be a style issue, if so how can i solve it.
From the page source "MSHTML 6.00.2800.1479" of the top page, the site is designed for 6.0 of Microsoft's trident layout engine and the other web browsers may not have been checked.
The link you supplied doesn't exist so we can't give a particular reason. Perhaps you could examine the source yourself and try to determine if there is a problem with the site's code or with Firefox's gecho engine.
Thanks for the update, did you try to open the secound link as wel? becuse I can I open it without any problem, I did comper the source code of the same page under internet explorer and also firefox, the source code under firefox mising some line comper to internet explorer, any idea?
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
<title>RMV - Leiden</title>
<LINK REL=STYLESHEET TYPE="text/css" HREF="../vitrine.css">
This is the page I am seeing on Firefox. Note how the iframe isn't inside the table. On the windows page you posted, the iframe is inside a table but the other entries are just spaces. The "Theehuis", "Koperslager", etc entries don't even show up in your example.
The site may be serving up different pages depending on which browser you use. So any differences may be due to the difference in content rather than the differences between the html engines that the browsers use. You might try an experiment. Save a page from one browser and load the saved page in another.