Thanks for your advice. Unfortunately, I am not as well versed in code
as you. About all I can handle from the design aspect is the templates
FP offers me. What I did change was the text boxes used on the page with
the problems. Put the info into a table and now all seems to be well. At
least it works on both my mac and pc. Hopefully, works for others out
there as well.
On 8/29/08, Max wrote:
> Kate ...
> I see right away what the problem is ...
> Your site was created with Microsoft Office.
> That rendering is not valid HTML or XHTML for
> anything other than Internet Explorer (a Microsoft product).
> It creates terrible coding and extreme compatibility problems.
> I hate to say that you need to start all over again, but that's
> what you need to do. Use Dreamweaver if you need a WYSIWYG editor,
> or use FrontPage (gasp) if that is available. FP is bad too, but
> way better than MS Office.
> The very best approach is to find a free XHTML/CSS template that
> you can download (search for free CSS templates using Google).
> Customize a CSS template with your own graphics and content.
> This of course is all done by hand, using Notepad or Wordpad.
> Sorry I don't have a better answer.
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