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Hi,
Please halp me...
I have a very strange problem with my site. I see it in several browsers, but Firefox mixed design and structure of our site. Is that a CSS problem? Is there any way to check the source?

Thank you very much!

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Could be any number of

Could be any number of problems, would you like me to start guessing at some?

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I cannot see my site in Firefox browser

Thank you for your reply,

Will you please have a look at our site with both IE and Firefox browsers. You will see the problem.
Also I need to add, we use SQL database and our site is located in Lotus Notes, not in Apache. So I really cannot find where the problem in sours or in settings.

Here is our site

www.armswissbank.am

Thanks,

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Hi, it seems that there´s

Hi,

it seems that there´s something wrong with the path to your css:

Your links are like:
<li ><a href="/php/about.php">

<link href="php/site_a.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">

With 410 Errors in it this markup is anything but valid xhtml1-strict.dtd
Maybe there´s a better way for character encoding than "x-user-defined":

<META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/css; charset=x-user-defined">

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Crea wrote:With 410 Errors

Crea wrote:

With 410 Errors in it this markup is anything but valid xhtml1-strict.dtd
Maybe there´s a better way for character encoding than "x-user-defined":

<META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/css; charset=x-user-defined">

Plus, I can't image that "text/css" is a good idea for HTML.

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at the recent point of view

at the recent point of view the big surprise is not why the site is not displayed in firefox it is more amazing that it is shown in IE.

You should use something like
http://www.pspad.com (tidy included)

This is an easy to use editor to convert your code to xhtml strict
and clean it from all the errors.

Encoding UTF-8 is suitable for armenian characters as well.

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