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Posted in Computers & Tech / Programming / Scripting
Author: Ahsaniqbal111 Total-Replies: 4


I am developing a website using html and css but I have a problem the way website is displayed in the different browsers. I have a div (div class="top")for the top logo and name of the website etc. I have added a background to the div. I have made another div inside the top div. Both the top div and the logo div are...

Sat Nov 27, 2010    Reply    New Discussion   
 

Posted in Computers & Tech / Designing / Web Design and HTML
Author: nightfox Total-Replies: 11


Hey, I'm helping my mom with one of her web projects for class and I've noticed a pretty big problem (no thanks to IE7) that cost her a few points. It won't load an image of an email icon, however, Firefox will load and display it properly. Here's the line for the image:

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Sun Feb 11, 2007    Reply    New Discussion   
 
Posted in Computers & Tech / Designing / Web Design and HTML
Author: yordan Total-Replies: 6


href="album/page1.htm" is something most of you use rather frequently. I typed href="album\page1.htm" It tested my page with Internet Explorer, worked fine. And I happened to be under Firefox, it said "Page not found"! That means that IE corrects the error and Firefox respects my stupid...

Sun Mar 21, 2010    Reply    New Discussion   
 

Posted in General Discussion / Computer Talk
Author: Logan Deathbringer Total-Replies: 2


Also Firefox is more security oriented then IE, and it is faster too. If your on a dialup ISP you will definetly see a speed increase when using over IE, although if your on a Broadband connection you might not notice it unless you go to a graphic intensive site. Just on a side note, you might also notice when going to some of...

Thu Jan 5, 2006    Reply    New Discussion   
 
Posted in Computers & Tech / What's New...?
Author: twitch Total-Replies: 16


I'm just getting pissed off with the differences in display methods between FF and IE. I'm not even going to attempt at looking at my design though other browsers like Opera. IE will always be a distant shadow of Firefox, as MS continuously tries to out-do itself and it's enemies. They will fall I tell thee.

Sun Dec 18, 2005    Reply    New Discussion   
 
Posted in Computers & Tech / How-To's and Tutorials / Internet / Internet Browsers
Author: hazeshow Total-Replies: 9


Finally found a way to get rid of the stupid ActiveX-warning when ActiveX-plugins (Flash) are disabled in Internet Explorer! Those who need it, know what I'm talking about. Let me say one thing first: I HATE Flash, I really do. Well and I LIKE Internet Explorer, I want to use Internet Explorer and I want to use it without...

Tue Jul 26, 2005    Reply    New Discussion   
 

Posted in Computers & Tech / Networking
Author: Turph Total-Replies: 1


If you go to www.apple.com an then try to log in (it doesn't matter if it fails), you see a green label next to the favicon that says "Apple Inc. (US)" in Firefox. I have seen variations of this on other web URLs. How is that done? I know how to display a favicon, but I can't find out the HTML code for the extended label. Does anyone know.

Wed Dec 17, 2008    Reply    New Discussion   
 
Posted in Computers & Tech / Programming / Scripting / Server Side Includes (SSI)
Author: swiideman Total-Replies: 1


I'd be willing to 'donate' to anyone who can solve this dilemna. I have two navigations, one that works for IE6+, NS7+, & Firefox and one that doesn't. I found a great redirect script, but I'm not interested in redirecting. I'd rather have the old navigation show up if the browser is not IE6+,...

Tue Sep 20, 2005    Reply    New Discussion   
 
Posted in Astahost / Asta ANSWERS!
Author: tgp1994 Total-Replies: 6


Hi everyone. It seems that there's a small bug in the support software. I got a reply today, so I was about to go back and reply to that. I went back in the email and clicked the link that supposedly took me to my ticket. However, I was prompted with this: [Attachment: #576] That's all I'm prompted with Hopefully you guys will be...

Mon Oct 4, 2010    Reply    New Discussion   
 
Posted in Computers & Tech / Programming / Scripting / JavaScript
Author: TavoxPeru Total-Replies: 1


I know that when a user leaves your website you can perform any action if you add some code to the onunload event like for example display an alert box, pop-up a window, etc. but when the user close the browser window instead which event is fired up??? how to control this action??? is it possible to add some code to perform when this happens???? Best regards,

Sun Dec 9, 2007    Reply    New Discussion   
 
Posted in Others / The Lobby (No post counts)
Author: dhanesh Total-Replies: 12


I aint seeing no pop-ups, and i live in the UAE. Have seen something like this go down before at astahost. But i believe that the site displaying these ads on asta was contacted and this resolved the issue. If its just a pop-up then no worries, it would change on its own after some days due to the rotation of ads. But if its a...

Mon Jan 15, 2007    Reply    New Discussion   
 
Posted in Computers & Tech / Software / Internet & Network Clients..
Author: dungsport Total-Replies: 9


Hehe, they are so helpful. Just type about:config at the address bar could let you control all that. BTW, here are the list of prefix about:... that you can play with your address bar.
  1. about: shows info on Firefox's version number, copyright, etc.;
  2. about:config reveals the Configuration Console, a repository brimming...

Mon May 2, 2005    Reply    New Discussion   
 
Posted in Computers & Tech / Designing / Web Design and HTML
Author: Bảo Tuấn Total-Replies: 9


I am building a website for a client. I finally have the animations and the site content the way i want it. I updated the site via FTP, and IE displays it perfectly. Firefox however displays my "work in progress" animations still, even though the index file references the new animation. I have cleared cache, and even...

Mon Mar 26, 2007    Reply    New Discussion   
 
Posted in Computers & Tech / Networking
Author: infamousflame Total-Replies: 0


Hi All, This is a post to tell of a story that has taken place over a fairly long space of time. Trekkie101 (a global moderator on these forums) is a network administrator on a network, and he is also a network user on the same WAN from a different building (LAN within WAN (I think, lol )). So he got the administrator's...

Wed Jun 22, 2005    Reply    New Discussion   
 
Posted in Computers & Tech / Software / Internet & Network Clients..
Author: Denis3721 Total-Replies: 15


I have all browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox, AOL Explorer, AOL, Netscape And honestly i have had the least problems with Firefox, it is very simple, but the problem was when I wanted to watch streaming videos it didnt let you sometimes. rarely images will not load on firefox, but it still a great browser, very simple. When I...

Wed Feb 7, 2007    Reply    New Discussion   
 

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