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From: Mickey Dean <>
Subject: [FreeHelp] Re: OLER VERSIONS OF NETSCAPE
Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2001 12:39:03 -0400
I use both IE(6.1a beta) and NS 4.77. I checked out your site with both
and found that the IE loads and shows it just fine.
At first when I tried with the NS 4.77, I didn't find your link to your
next page. ****HOWEVER**** I DID find that the link IS there for
netscape users-- you have to float your cursor over the "L" in "Welcome"
in the upper left corner of your graphic. Part of this is due to the
way NS interprets HTML source, part is the way WORD writes the code.
Personally for my website, I use both Netscape composer AND IE to build
my pages (run both of them at the same time, and don't "preview" in NS
Navigator). I first compose the page in Netscape for all the basics,
then view it in IE (I use the new 6.1a beta version of IE which
surpasses 5.5 by miles!) for proper alignment, etc. For the bells and
whistles, I "View Source" in IE, then edit and save the changes. Once I
reload the page into NS composer, it tells me the page has been changed
by another source, and asks if I want to use the new changes. By
clicking "YES", NS Composer then recompiles the page and incorporates
the new changes even though it does not utilize some of them like fixed
backgound properties, etc. In this way, the pages look great with both
NS and IE!
Hope this helps you out----
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