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    Question Jus

    Greetings to all and Thanks in advance for all your help!!!
    On my computers my pages all show up perfectly, but not so the case with all others,
    who are of course potential customers.
    As of late, my page:

    www.restaurantequipment1.com/rational-ovens.html ,
    as viewed on an associates unit was a mess with the entire page pushed to the left and text
    running ove each other.
    There has to be a solution for this without suggesting using "Firefox" or other browsers when
    IE is the standard as I see right now.
    This is not the only page with this problem and I know that settings on the computer play into it
    but it goes a little deeper this time.
    Any suggestions?

    Best regards,
    Jack
    North to Alaska !

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    First thing I'd do is clean up the legions of HTML errors you have, use a proper and complete DOCTYPE, and learn how semantics apply to HTML.

    Oh kravvitz! Your links would be most appreciated here!

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    What Errors?
    North to Alaska !

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    These errors. Bear in mind there are more, but the WDG HTML validator reached its limit and couldn't report more. The W3C Validator couldn't even check the document for errors because it was unable to determine which character encoding you used.

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    http://validator.w3.org/

    paste your code in here to trouble shoot your errors.



    andy

    (ah Dan here beat me to it and even checked your site with the W3C validator...
    i'll do that in future to be sure it can check...)

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    Won't work Andy. The W3C validator couldn't even read his page.

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    You could use encoding override...
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