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ACreed
05-07-2010, 01:09 AM
I am having an issue with a site design. I am trying to make it expand downwards, and it does expand, but theres an issue of the website template not showing properly in the browser. Heres a image of the problem.

Chrome: Works perfectly, no problems
http://img217.imageshack.us/img217/8056/chromeu.png

Firefox: Look on the sides, the image thats supposed to expand is not there.
http://img535.imageshack.us/img535/1687/firefoxe.png

Here is the bit of code that controls that area.


<td style="background-image:url(images/index_13.png)"></td>

I have also tried


<td background="images/index_13.png"></td>

Both of which give the same result.

Any ideas?

VIPStephan
05-07-2010, 03:28 AM
An image doesn’t tell us what’s wrong. We need your code, best as a link to your site.

ACreed
05-07-2010, 04:11 AM
An image doesn’t tell us what’s wrong. We need your code, best as a link to your site.


http://www.limitedition.org/test2/

LynxSI
05-07-2010, 06:56 PM
Your problem is that you have "illegal" code. You have multiple <head>, <body> and <html> tags. About half way down the page code where this slogan appears "Welcome to the Limited Edition Test Website". You'll see the duplicated header stuff.

You've also got table tags that span accross these mixed up parts (they are opened before this section, but not closed until afterwords).

What are you using as an editor? Are you hand coding this? Or are you using a higher level designer? This may be as a result of trying to combine two or more pages...
- Ben

ACreed
05-08-2010, 12:36 AM
Your problem is that you have "illegal" code. You have multiple <head>, <body> and <html> tags. About half way down the page code where this slogan appears "Welcome to the Limited Edition Test Website". You'll see the duplicated header stuff.

You've also got table tags that span accross these mixed up parts (they are opened before this section, but not closed until afterwords).

What are you using as an editor? Are you hand coding this? Or are you using a higher level designer? This may be as a result of trying to combine two or more pages...
- Ben

Those are PHP includes, they its a page within a page, that is not the problem either, does the same problem with the includes.



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