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Nov 13, 2002, 16:42 #1
I am not a professional web page maker; I just do it as
a hobby. Thus, there are a lot of things I don't know
how to do, and I am sure I am violating a lot of
unwritten design rules.
In addition, I don't know how to design for Netscape.
Here is the site: www.hydrabrush.com/jay
I made the page for my brother...he is selling posters
to his little circle of Cozy builders. He said he has had a few
people tell him that the photo is overlapping the text.
They use Netscape. I don't have Netscape,
and I don't want to download it. I just want to know
why my code is buggy for Netscape, and how I can fix it.
As a side note.....
Before anyone lectures me for having a 'no right click'
script, let me say that I only did it because my brother
insisted, even after I explained that people
can still get the pic from the code.
Thanks for your help.
Nov 13, 2002, 18:37 #2
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At a glance, the problem could well be that you have height="300" set on the table cell in the middle of the page (the one containing the image and text) - remove that attribute and see if it fixes it.
Nov 14, 2002, 09:44 #3
Nov 14, 2002, 10:12 #4
Looks fine for me in Mozilla 1.1 (Netscape 6 and 7 should be ok).