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    My site, www.caraudioclub.com, totally falls apart when loaded in Netscape. The tableís sizes donít load right, cells lineup in front of cells, and some cells donít load at all. In IE, everything looks perfect though, so I really donít know what I should do. If you have any suggestions, please donít hesitate to let me know.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Netscape does not like exmpty table cells so make sure you have
     
    between any <TD> </TD>

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    Best solution could be to check out if the HTML code is valid. It's easy:

    Just point your browser to http://validator.w3.org/ and fix the errors it gives you.

    Valid HTML code also ensures that your site will work with all browsers compatible with the HTML syntax you're using.


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    You definitely need to include & nbsp; (without the space between the & and the n) which will fill the table cells without showing anything.

    You've also got some code from a webbot in there that I've never seen before. It's got a code enclosed in <body></body> tags. I've never seen that and I don't know how that would affect NS, if at all. It's just an unusual code segment. It's also got the same code twice which isn't needed.

    I would agree that you should run your site through an HTML validator. It might point out some simple mistakes that are often the hardest to see, like missing </td> or </tr> tags which are east to miss if you've got a complex table structure.


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