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    Exclamation Browsers ---- HELP!!!

    Hi friends..

    Need some help here with some browser compability..

    I use my self IE 5.5... My site looks just the way I want it on IE 5.5.. But when I see it on Netscape a lot of my frames brakes out..

    Anyone knows how to fix these compability problems in a easy way??

    Please let me know...

    I have one new feature that want to realease where I use a several frames.. but at the moment this site does not show much in Netscape.. In I.E 5.5 it's perfect..
    I want to make sure it appears good in both these browsers before I release it..

    Greetings.. ShareInfo

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    Allo mate,

    'frames' are usually quite good across browsers...are you sure you dont mean tables?

    If you have an example uploaded that we could look at, that would be great.

    Interesting article to read whilst we look at the webpage you are going to post for us -

    http://www.alistapart.com/stories/tohell/
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    Thumbs up Thanks ...

    Whooahh..

    For sure get quick replies here..

    Actually it was FRAMES.. I think I have discovered the problem... I use <IFRAME ... - Inline Frame - I read in my HTML book here that this works only in IE...

    I'll try and replace it with <FRAME to see if this works better...

    But I will also check out your point QuietDean to make sure that my tables don't create any problems for me. I use a combination of TABLES and FRAMES..

    Also working with some problems that I see with different screen size... For sure is learning a lot here......

    Thanks for a great site......

    Greetings.. ShareInfo

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    ahhh IFRAMES... always a joy.

    Using purely a FRAMES tag, though, means you won't be able to 'float' the frames as you may have been doing.

    There is a Netscape friendly tag called ILAYER....but it doesnt work in Internet Explorer! (sigh).

    There are JavaScript ways around it, but to be honest I have always felt that if you have to start writing code that detects the browser so that your code can write the right code that you also have to write...

    its not worth it. lol.
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    Wink ..(;

    I'll try it out a little here to see what solution I come up with...

    Maybe I end up with two versions one for IE and one for Netscape.. It's just my new feature that gives me a little headace..

    My tables seems so far to not give me any problems on Netscape...

    I'll let u know if I solve this weird little problem..

    Greetings.. ShareInfo

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    Cool A little INFO

    Hi..

    Just a little Info here.. I came over this helpful site:

    http://developer.netscape.com/evangelism/docs/technotes/xref/html-element/

    It's a crossreference list for NetScape - IE - HTML..

    Was really helpful for me...

    Greetings... ShareInfo

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    Very nice!

    Thanks, ShareInfo.you live up to your name!
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