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Discussion in 'Software Development' started by jwaldrich, Feb 18, 2003.

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  1. jwaldrich

    jwaldrich Thread Starter

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    I have a web page that is set up in columns. The problem I am having is that the first column on the far left shows only parts of the content on some browsers (IE and Netscape both) , just a few really, yet shows ALL content on MOST browsers (once again, IE and Netscape).

    The IE browsers run from IE 5.5-6.0 and only on a few does the content not show up. The content that is not showing up is a comnbination of Standard HTML and some javascript files that are called.

    The content that shows in the left coloumn on the "problem browsers" is also a mixture of standard HTML and javascript.

    Any ideas?
     
  2. Fyzbo

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    Is the page posted somewhere? Can we view it's source?
     
  3. Snake~eyes

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    Yea we'd need to see the code to help you.
     
  4. Fyzbo

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    Seems that the problem may be declaring a height for you td tags. If someone does not have the correct font, or the font is not at the correct size the information will be cut off. I would say stay away from putting exact heights on things.
     
  5. Fyzbo

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    Oh and you may want to post a link to the site here in case anyone else wants to help out
     
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