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Weird Problem with Internet Explorer

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Hello everyone.

First of all, apologies in advance if this is a question that gets asked
all the time. I tried to search, but wasn't really sure exactly what to
search for.

Anyway, here's the issue. I've written a simple page in PHP. It displays
just fine in Netscape, but for some reason the screen is absolutely blank
in Internet Explorer. Here's the URL:

http://infinitevisions.fourcolorexpl...in/frmmenu.php

Does anyone have any ideas as to what might be the issue?

Thanks in advance for any time spent on this, it's greatly appreciated.

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Randy Jackson
http://fourcolorexplosion.com
Jul 17 '05 #1
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"Randy Jackson" <ra**********@ignorethispartfourcolorexplosion.com > wrote in
message news:Xn**********************************@206.141. 193.32...
Anyway, here's the issue. I've written a simple page in PHP. It displays
just fine in Netscape, but for some reason the screen is absolutely blank
in Internet Explorer. Here's the URL:

http://infinitevisions.fourcolorexpl...in/frmmenu.php

Does anyone have any ideas as to what might be the issue?


hi Randy,

I have no problem viewing - the letters though, are quite big...

regards
helmuth
Jul 17 '05 #2

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In article <40***********************@nntp03.dk.telia.net>,
"Helmuth Mikkelsen" <gr*******@mail1.stofanet.dk> wrote:
"Randy Jackson" <ra**********@ignorethispartfourcolorexplosion.com > wrote in
message news:Xn**********************************@206.141. 193.32...
Anyway, here's the issue. I've written a simple page in PHP. It displays
just fine in Netscape, but for some reason the screen is absolutely blank
in Internet Explorer. Here's the URL:

http://infinitevisions.fourcolorexpl...in/frmmenu.php

Does anyone have any ideas as to what might be the issue?


hi Randy,

I have no problem viewing - the letters though, are quite big...

regards
helmuth


It must be the OP's system. I can view the site in Safari 1.2.2, IE
5.23, Netscape 7.1, Opera 7.51 (letters are smaller), Mozilla 1.7rc3,
Camino 0.8, and Firefox 0.8. This is on a Mac running MacOS X 10.3.4.

iCab 2.9.8 doesn't display the large letters and shows the following
error messages:

Warning (10/1): In the tag <TABLE> the value of the attribute "WIDTH"
must be enclosed in quotes.
Error (14/1): The start tag for </TD> can't be found.
Warning (17/1): In the tag <TABLE> the value of the attribute "WIDTH"
must be enclosed in quotes.
Warning (19/1): In the tag <TD> the value of the attribute "WIDTH" must
be enclosed in quotes.
Warning (19/1): In the tag <TD> the attribute "WIDTH" should only
contain absolute pixel values.
Warning (20/1): In the tag <TABLE> the value of the attribute "WIDTH"
must be enclosed in quotes.
Warning (28/1): In the tag <TD> the value of the attribute "WIDTH" must
be enclosed in quotes.
Warning (28/1): In the tag <TD> the attribute "WIDTH" should only
contain absolute pixel values.
Warning (28/15): In the tag <TABLE> the value of the attribute "WIDTH"
must be enclosed in quotes.
Warning (46/1): In the tag <TABLE> the value of the attribute "WIDTH"
must be enclosed in quotes.
Error (48/19): The start tag for </BODY> can't be found.

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Jul 17 '05 #3

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The font is too large in IE 5

"Randy Jackson" <ra**********@ignorethispartfourcolorexplosion.com > wrote in
message news:Xn**********************************@206.141. 193.32...
Hello everyone.

First of all, apologies in advance if this is a question that gets asked
all the time. I tried to search, but wasn't really sure exactly what to
search for.

Anyway, here's the issue. I've written a simple page in PHP. It displays
just fine in Netscape, but for some reason the screen is absolutely blank
in Internet Explorer. Here's the URL:

http://infinitevisions.fourcolorexpl...in/frmmenu.php

Does anyone have any ideas as to what might be the issue?

Thanks in advance for any time spent on this, it's greatly appreciated.

--
Randy Jackson
http://fourcolorexplosion.com

Jul 17 '05 #4

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It worked for me. (Using IE6, in fact.)
"Randy Jackson" <ra**********@ignorethispartfourcolorexplosion.com > wrote in
message news:Xn**********************************@206.141. 193.32...
Hello everyone.

First of all, apologies in advance if this is a question that gets asked
all the time. I tried to search, but wasn't really sure exactly what to
search for.

Anyway, here's the issue. I've written a simple page in PHP. It displays
just fine in Netscape, but for some reason the screen is absolutely blank
in Internet Explorer. Here's the URL:

http://infinitevisions.fourcolorexpl...in/frmmenu.php

Does anyone have any ideas as to what might be the issue?

Thanks in advance for any time spent on this, it's greatly appreciated.

--
Randy Jackson
http://fourcolorexplosion.com

Jul 17 '05 #5

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Randy Jackson <ra**********@ignorethispartfourcolorexplosion.com >
emerged reluctantly from the curtain and staggered drunkenly up to
the mic. In a cracked and slurred voice he muttered:
Does anyone have any ideas as to what might be the issue?


The large number of markup errors perchance?

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Jul 17 '05 #6

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Anyway, here's the issue. I've written a simple page in PHP. It displays
just fine in Netscape, but for some reason the screen is absolutely blank
in Internet Explorer.


WFM ("Works For Me"), no issues with Mozilla FireFox nor Internet Explorer.
Looks the same in either browser.
Jul 17 '05 #7

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