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markgilman
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Hi,

I've got most of the kinks worked out in IE 6.x but these pages fall apart in Moz Firefox and Opera. (I'm a newbie, so go easy on me.)

Here is the URL:

http://infinitevistas.org/dpl/Homepage2.htm
http://infinitevistas.org/dpl/about.htm

I think the problem may have to do with the float property or with the way that the widths are set??

Here are the stylesheets:

http://infinitevistas.org/dpl/home.css
http://infinitevistas.org/dpl/twocol.css

Regards,
Mark

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Why won't site display in Moz Firefox?

is it supposed to Center justify like it does in FF or Left like it does in IE

I have noticed that main elemets like

body{
table{
img(

things like that cannot be a linked style shee they have to be imbedded into the page or Fire Fox to work (netscape for that matter too). After that all of your

.xxxxx{xxxxx} elements can be linked on a seperate sheet.

Not sure if that is what you are looking for,a nd I am new to this so my way might not be right. But It worked for me.

Josh

markgilman
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Why Won't Page Display in Moz / Firefox

Hi,

Thanks for catching that. I changed the stylesheet to remove any reference to the "Body" element; however, the page still does weird things in Firefox and Opera. It seems that the 2nd column is being displaced. The screen resolution is the same in each case, so I'm thinking it must be something that Internet Explorer is okay with but that Netscape and Opera choke on.

Here's a page with screenshots of both FireFox and IE versions.

http://infinitevistas.org/dpl/screenshots.htm

First you can see how they are supposed to look and do look in IE, and as you scroll down, you come to the FireFox version.
Any and all help is gratefully appreciated. Thanks!

Regards,
Mark