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On 02 Jan 2009 in macromedia.dreamweaver, audio90 wrote:
> Hi there, I am using DW 8 on WIndows XP, and am a beginner to
> intermediate DW user (using mostly tables and html).
> I have a web form that I put on two places on my webpage. They both
> show up fine in Firefox, but in Internet Explorer, I don't see the
> second one I added, in the top right corner, even though it's just a
> copy and paste of the first form that I do see.
> That doesn't make any sense to me why IE would not display it, hence
> perhaps someone here may see an error in my code to make it work.
> Can you help?
> And example of my page is here
Looking at the validation report:
I'd guess that somewhere in that mess of nested tables, colspans and
rowspans, you have an improperly opened or closed cell.
Displays for me in IE6, but there are validation errors you need to fix. These may be causing your problems.
Ok, I fixed the validation errors as well as tested putting different things in the top right part of the table at the top of the page.
NOTHING shows up in there, for internet explorer, not my form, not text, not images I put in there.
Why is that? It doesn't make sense. I looked at the code, but I'm not the best at it.
>Ok, I fixed the validation errors as well as tested putting different things
>in the top right part of the table at the top of the page.
You will need to provide a url to the offending page. The url you provided in the original post still has validation errors that could cause the type of problem you are experiencing.
ok, I figured it out. I had the wrong table widths and that caused explorer not to display it's contents. fixed now. But I had to make the width 1011 px wide.
Is that too wide for most modern computers or is it ok?