View Full Version : How can I fix this?
02-24-2005, 12:18 PM
I'm having problems fixing the righting on the left of the screen.
It shows up weird in both IE and Firefox. It's not ment to have spaces in between.
This is the codding of it
02-24-2005, 12:54 PM
Let me try to understand what your are asking:
righting on the left of the screen You mean the menu?
not ment to have spaces in between You mean, in between the menu items themselves? This seems to be caused solely by the table cell contents; you could set some borders on the table cells to see how they actually line up.
02-24-2005, 01:07 PM
Sorry my wording was so bad there, was in a bit of a rush :p.
See with the menu on the left, all the words, which have the bullets. If you look in firefox and ie. They look totally different, the looked messed up to what I have in dreamweaver.
02-24-2005, 01:27 PM
No problem; it's just that careful formulation will get the best answers.
the looked messed up to what I have in dreamweaver
Do not rely on what DreamWeaver presents as how it "will" look in "a" browser; it's at best an approximation.
The only really reliable way of telling what the end result will look like in a browser is, well, viewing the end result in a browser. Or better, a number of different browsers.
02-25-2005, 05:40 AM
OK! Thanks, would you know how the problem is fixed? Because every time I try change something it shows up different in each browser!
02-25-2005, 06:34 AM
OK don't worry, I re-created the table it now works! Thanks
02-25-2005, 06:41 AM
Why did you delete it?!?
Please understand that other people browse this forum, too, and they might have been looking for the same answer you were. That's why we continuously ask for people to use appropriate titles, etc.
Nothing personal, I just hate seeing such a selfish use of the forums. :mad:
02-25-2005, 10:53 PM
Because I didn't want to leave the website up there, for security reasons!
If you want an anwser to, this here it is:
Q: The tables aren't showing up correctly in either FireFox or IE, how can I fix the problem?
A: Recreate the table, a fresh version of it!
See now that wasn't to hard was it? Before you jump the gun and say that was selfish! Understand the facts first and there was no real solution to the problem in the first place!
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