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    Netscape Vs. IE

    For some reason my page looks fine in IE but not in Netscape. It's a simple page but I cant figure out what might be wrong.

    The url is www.crocodilerock.org/crocrocnew/index.htm

    Thank you.

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    What's wrong with it? I see nothing looking wrong in Mozilla 1.0

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    In NN4.8 the blue column at the right is about 200px too wide. So it looks like there's some sort of mistake in your table code. Now, you can call it a simple page but finding the bug here may take some time...
    Also, as a rule for NN4, never leave cells empty.

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    What's it look like in NS7?
    Zoobie or not Zoobie...That is the problem.
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    Zoobie has a legitimate reason for asking that. Netscape 4.x is considered deprecated, legacy code.

    Unfortunately, we web designers have a choice: support Netscape 4.x, or recommend they upgrade their browser. To me, neither option is very palatable.
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    yup, looks fine in NS7....

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    Originally posted by Alex Vincent
    Zoobie has a legitimate reason for asking that. Netscape 4.x is considered deprecated, legacy code.

    Unfortunately, we web designers have a choice: support Netscape 4.x, or recommend they upgrade their browser. To me, neither option is very palatable.
    I usually do not test for Netscape 6 or 7. Things seem to look fine in those browsers and many people that I know who use Netscape do not like the updated versions and they are sticking to the older versions of the browser. So, I would like to have it look right in the older version of Netscape. I dont see why it shouldn't but oh well. Hopefully I (we) can figure it out.

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    (working under Win 2000)
    Looks good in IE 5.5 and NS 7

    Things that were different included:
    - blinking Slide Show doesn't blink in IE, does in NS
    - the black borders around the Weather Links don't show up in NS, do in IE

    Nothin else to note.
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