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Hi

Some people using IE seem to be having trouble loading my
class website. I have checked with IE and have no trouble.

I have not idea why this is the case and what to do about
it. I've asked a student to try some recommendations for
changing settings for IE, but none of the recommendations
applied to version 7.? he was using.

I feel it is something to do with Flash text and a roll
over, but even when I removed the roll over, my 'test
student' still could not get the page to load and function
correctly. I really don't want to remove all the flash text
unless I really know this is the cause of the trouble.

and if it is - how can I keep the text buttons and stop the
problem? The site was made with Dreamweaver MX education
version, so it is a bit old. As you will see, it doesn't
use CSS, which the student was trying to blame.

if you have time and ability to help - it will be much...See More
So what is the link? /blockquote>

On 2/04/07, teaCHEM wrote:
> Hi
>
> Some people using IE seem to be having trouble loading my
> class website. I have checked with IE and have no trouble.
>
> I have not idea why this is the case and what to do about
> it. I've asked a student to try some recommendations for...See More
Feb 7, 2007
teaCHEM /blockquote>

Now I feel really stupid - I know I thought I typed the URL in
the LInk URL spot, but may I didn't. Then I spend a week busy
and don't check for responses. sorry. even when I just put in
the link url and title, it defaulted to what I typed last time!
go figure.

try this again

[link removed] <...See More
Feb 13, 2007
Jean Bullock /blockquote>

I tested this with IE 5.1 and it worked fine. I tried it with Safari and it worked fine.
I can't see any problem. It sounds like it's a problem with the student's computer
and not the website itself.
Feb 18, 2007
digi-lutions.com /blockquote>

Internet Explorer 7 (evil little guy) is having some issues
with the java rollover. It basically seizes the whole page. I
have a feeling the site was built with a wysiwyg editor. The
site works fine in Safari, Opera, and firefox. I would use CSS
rollovers to
solve the problem. If you need any help fixing the ...See More
Feb 19, 2007


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