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    Hey folks, I've got a wierd one I need to see if I can get some help with.

    I try to test everything I do for compatability with both IE and Netscape. I have three pages that are cold fusion templates and have Javascripting imbedded. They are all in the same directory. The java applets are the fphover.class that is included with Front Page 2000.

    It should be mentioned here that everything works perfectly fine in Internet Explorer

    One of the pages pulls up fine, no problems whatsoever. The other two pages, which are simple derivatives of the first page, will not load in Netscape. I get a message at the bottom "Applet fphover stopped" on both pages.

    The pages are: [url="http://www.connecttexoma.com/dir/dir.cfm?Name=A]http://www.connecttexoma.com/dir/dir.cfm?Name=A[/URL"] <-- This is the one that works in both Netscape and IE http://www.connecttexoma.com/dir/spec.cfm http://www.connecttexoma.com/dir/examp.cfm

    The last two do the same thing, they will load the background screen and stop. Viewing the source of the page shows that the rest of the informaiton is there.

    Thanks in advance for your help!
    Hatton Humphrey


    [This message has been edited by kc5sig (edited February 06, 2000).]

    [This message has been edited by kc5sig (edited February 06, 2000).]

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    Okay, I went back and created the pages with Frontpage, but the coding I kept identical.

    Everything works now. (*scratches head*) On both browsers (*scratches head again*)

    Now the question is not how do I fix it, but what the heck happened? I'm thinking it was a permissions problem, but I have no way to proove that beyond the shadow of a doubt.

    All three pages were in the same directory, all three worked in IE, but only one worked in Netscape. I recreated the files using Frontpage but inserting the exact same code, and now all three work.

    (*ponders for a moment, then bangs head against wall repeatedly*)

    Hatton


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