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    Page runs in all except Firefox2.0

    http://mediadownloads.walmart.com/mmce/jsp/FAQHome.jsp

    FF2.0 is not getting the css probably but how come IE is able to read the css

    I suppose something is written over here in this folder mmce or jsp(some .htaccess or something)
    http://mediadownloads.walmart.com/mmce/

    I have downloaded the mmce.css (in my local machine)and FF2.0 is reading it fine.

    So please let me know if possible what actually is the case?

    (Win:Opera is reading it but Win:netscape again is not)
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    I hate Java Server Pages, most sites write them to work with IE and not FF so when you come to view them bam they dont work hence the reason I never got into JSP.

    As for this problem it occurs in FF1.2 as well so it is their code somewhere but as to where no idea
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    I have a feeling a firefox is handling the call to the CSS file differently and its some how getting the redirect so instead of finding
    http://mediadownloads.walmart.com/mmce/css/mmce.css
    it is looking for
    http://mediadownloads.walmart.com/mmce/jsp/css/mmce.css
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Aerospace_Eng_ View Post
    I have a feeling a firefox is handling the call to the CSS file differently and its some how getting the redirect so instead of finding
    http://mediadownloads.walmart.com/mmce/css/mmce.css
    it is looking for
    http://mediadownloads.walmart.com/mmce/jsp/css/mmce.css
    thats a good point, on the css link line i would put an absolute path and not use ../

    so
    Code:
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="../css/mmce.css" />
    becomes
    Code:
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://mediadownloads.walmart.com/mmce/css/mmce.css" />
    If that doesn't cute it then there is something else screwy
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