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EW1947





PostPosted: Mon Sep 19 19:10:42 CDT 2005 Top

Frontpage Client >> scrambled home page on different computers

I just published my website for my small business in FP2003. I am not a
techie, am confused reading all the 'code' recommendations for similar
problems and have looked up more questions & answers on this site 'till I'm
dizzy. I'm pretty sure problem is browser compatibility. Home page looks
scrambled on certain pcs (at my day job) and with family members laptops. My
pc uses IE, 7.0,and has Net 7.0, i'm sure other pcs with scrambled pages are
either using mozilla or earlier IE. Browser compatibility report says 1
problem, line 13, IE 4.0/Navigator 4.0 attribute LEFTMARGIN is not permitted
for the <BODY> tag. could this be it or is it more serious? Don't know how
to fix this if this is it! I used tools, page options & lowered it to IE4.0.
site is: wnwntextiles.com. Please help this newbie! Would be very
grateful!!!

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Thomas





PostPosted: Mon Sep 19 19:10:42 CDT 2005 Top

Frontpage Client >> scrambled home page on different computers LEFTMARGIN would not cause the page to be scrambled on any browser, as it is a IE only setting for
the left margin.

Your problem is related to using VML Graphics (Word Art, Text Boxes, Shapes, etc.) which is only
supported in IE browsers under Windows and also uses absolute positioning, etc.

You also have used the space bar to position items, use Edwardian Script ITC font that will not be
on too many PCs, so those folks will see your text in times roman.

Remove all spaces from folder and file names.

--
==============================================
Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
==============================================
If you feel your current issue is a results of installing
a Service Pack or security update, please contact
Microsoft Product Support Services:
http://support.microsoft.com
If the problem can be shown to have been caused by a
security update, then there is usually no charge for the call.
==============================================



>I just published my website for my small business in FP2003. I am not a
> techie, am confused reading all the 'code' recommendations for similar
> problems and have looked up more questions & answers on this site 'till I'm
> dizzy. I'm pretty sure problem is browser compatibility. Home page looks
> scrambled on certain pcs (at my day job) and with family members laptops. My
> pc uses IE, 7.0,and has Net 7.0, i'm sure other pcs with scrambled pages are
> either using mozilla or earlier IE. Browser compatibility report says 1
> problem, line 13, IE 4.0/Navigator 4.0 attribute LEFTMARGIN is not permitted
> for the <BODY> tag. could this be it or is it more serious? Don't know how
> to fix this if this is it! I used tools, page options & lowered it to IE4.0.
> site is: wnwntextiles.com. Please help this newbie! Would be very
> grateful!!!


 
 
WnWnTex





PostPosted: Mon Sep 19 19:25:02 CDT 2005 Top

Frontpage Client >> scrambled home page on different computers Thanks for speedy reply. Times Roman text was seen, also logo was on left
side, and title of company skewed Is this the space problem? Also full page
could not be viewed, had to move bar at bottom of screen to see whole page.
Really am a newbie, how do I delete spaces from folders and file names. feel
like a moron, if you could be more specific, thanks.



> LEFTMARGIN would not cause the page to be scrambled on any browser, as it is a IE only setting for
> the left margin.
>
> Your problem is related to using VML Graphics (Word Art, Text Boxes, Shapes, etc.) which is only
> supported in IE browsers under Windows and also uses absolute positioning, etc.
>
> You also have used the space bar to position items, use Edwardian Script ITC font that will not be
> on too many PCs, so those folks will see your text in times roman.
>
> Remove all spaces from folder and file names.
>
> --
> ==============================================
> Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
> ==============================================
> If you feel your current issue is a results of installing
> a Service Pack or security update, please contact
> Microsoft Product Support Services:
> http://support.microsoft.com
> If the problem can be shown to have been caused by a
> security update, then there is usually no charge for the call.
> ==============================================
>


> >I just published my website for my small business in FP2003. I am not a
> > techie, am confused reading all the 'code' recommendations for similar
> > problems and have looked up more questions & answers on this site 'till I'm
> > dizzy. I'm pretty sure problem is browser compatibility. Home page looks
> > scrambled on certain pcs (at my day job) and with family members laptops. My
> > pc uses IE, 7.0,and has Net 7.0, i'm sure other pcs with scrambled pages are
> > either using mozilla or earlier IE. Browser compatibility report says 1
> > problem, line 13, IE 4.0/Navigator 4.0 attribute LEFTMARGIN is not permitted
> > for the <BODY> tag. could this be it or is it more serious? Don't know how
> > to fix this if this is it! I used tools, page options & lowered it to IE4.0.
> > site is: wnwntextiles.com. Please help this newbie! Would be very
> > grateful!!!
>
>
>
 
 
Ronx





PostPosted: Tue Sep 20 02:07:02 CDT 2005 Top

Frontpage Client >> scrambled home page on different computers To remove spaces, go to www.jimcoaddins.com/addins.aspx and download
Space Replacer addin. This will remove all spaces from your files and
folders, and update the links.
--
Ron Symonds
Microsoft MVP (FrontPage)
Reply only to group - emails will be deleted unread.



> Thanks for speedy reply. Times Roman text was seen, also logo was on
> left
> side, and title of company skewed Is this the space problem? Also
> full page
> could not be viewed, had to move bar at bottom of screen to see
> whole page.
> Really am a newbie, how do I delete spaces from folders and file
> names. feel
> like a moron, if you could be more specific, thanks.
>

>
>> LEFTMARGIN would not cause the page to be scrambled on any browser,
>> as it is a IE only setting for
>> the left margin.
>>
>> Your problem is related to using VML Graphics (Word Art, Text
>> Boxes, Shapes, etc.) which is only
>> supported in IE browsers under Windows and also uses absolute
>> positioning, etc.
>>
>> You also have used the space bar to position items, use Edwardian
>> Script ITC font that will not be
>> on too many PCs, so those folks will see your text in times roman.
>>
>> Remove all spaces from folder and file names.
>>
>> --
>> ==============================================
>> Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
>> ==============================================
>> If you feel your current issue is a results of installing
>> a Service Pack or security update, please contact
>> Microsoft Product Support Services:
>> http://support.microsoft.com
>> If the problem can be shown to have been caused by a
>> security update, then there is usually no charge for the call.
>> ==============================================
>>


>> >I just published my website for my small business in FP2003. I am
>> >not a
>> > techie, am confused reading all the 'code' recommendations for
>> > similar
>> > problems and have looked up more questions & answers on this site
>> > 'till I'm
>> > dizzy. I'm pretty sure problem is browser compatibility. Home
>> > page looks
>> > scrambled on certain pcs (at my day job) and with family members
>> > laptops. My
>> > pc uses IE, 7.0,and has Net 7.0, i'm sure other pcs with
>> > scrambled pages are
>> > either using mozilla or earlier IE. Browser compatibility report
>> > says 1
>> > problem, line 13, IE 4.0/Navigator 4.0 attribute LEFTMARGIN is
>> > not permitted
>> > for the <BODY> tag. could this be it or is it more serious?
>> > Don't know how
>> > to fix this if this is it! I used tools, page options & lowered
>> > it to IE4.0.
>> > site is: wnwntextiles.com. Please help this newbie! Would be
>> > very
>> > grateful!!!
>>
>>
>>


 
 
WnWnTex





PostPosted: Tue Sep 20 04:09:02 CDT 2005 Top

Frontpage Client >> scrambled home page on different computers Thank You, I'll try it.



> To remove spaces, go to www.jimcoaddins.com/addins.aspx and download
> Space Replacer addin. This will remove all spaces from your files and
> folders, and update the links.
> --
> Ron Symonds
> Microsoft MVP (FrontPage)
> Reply only to group - emails will be deleted unread.
>


> > Thanks for speedy reply. Times Roman text was seen, also logo was on
> > left
> > side, and title of company skewed Is this the space problem? Also
> > full page
> > could not be viewed, had to move bar at bottom of screen to see
> > whole page.
> > Really am a newbie, how do I delete spaces from folders and file
> > names. feel
> > like a moron, if you could be more specific, thanks.
> >

> >
> >> LEFTMARGIN would not cause the page to be scrambled on any browser,
> >> as it is a IE only setting for
> >> the left margin.
> >>
> >> Your problem is related to using VML Graphics (Word Art, Text
> >> Boxes, Shapes, etc.) which is only
> >> supported in IE browsers under Windows and also uses absolute
> >> positioning, etc.
> >>
> >> You also have used the space bar to position items, use Edwardian
> >> Script ITC font that will not be
> >> on too many PCs, so those folks will see your text in times roman.
> >>
> >> Remove all spaces from folder and file names.
> >>
> >> --
> >> ==============================================
> >> Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
> >> ==============================================
> >> If you feel your current issue is a results of installing
> >> a Service Pack or security update, please contact
> >> Microsoft Product Support Services:
> >> http://support.microsoft.com
> >> If the problem can be shown to have been caused by a
> >> security update, then there is usually no charge for the call.
> >> ==============================================
> >>


> >> >I just published my website for my small business in FP2003. I am
> >> >not a
> >> > techie, am confused reading all the 'code' recommendations for
> >> > similar
> >> > problems and have looked up more questions & answers on this site
> >> > 'till I'm
> >> > dizzy. I'm pretty sure problem is browser compatibility. Home
> >> > page looks
> >> > scrambled on certain pcs (at my day job) and with family members
> >> > laptops. My
> >> > pc uses IE, 7.0,and has Net 7.0, i'm sure other pcs with
> >> > scrambled pages are
> >> > either using mozilla or earlier IE. Browser compatibility report
> >> > says 1
> >> > problem, line 13, IE 4.0/Navigator 4.0 attribute LEFTMARGIN is
> >> > not permitted
> >> > for the <BODY> tag. could this be it or is it more serious?
> >> > Don't know how
> >> > to fix this if this is it! I used tools, page options & lowered
> >> > it to IE4.0.
> >> > site is: wnwntextiles.com. Please help this newbie! Would be
> >> > very
> >> > grateful!!!
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>