I'm not sure why you can't preview in FF from DW but I reckon that stray --> is there because in your <head> you have a bit of jumbled up code:
And while I'm on a roll, I think that </style> closing tag is not required.
Oh, and one other thing, you shouldn't really put spaces in a web address...
I tried taking out each part of the code you mention, plus I took it
all out, and none of the combinations fixed the Firefox/Preview issue.
Re the </style> tag, previously there also had been a </style>
one out didn't fix anything but didn't cause additional problems
either, whereas taking out the one you mention (and leaving in the
other one) prevented Safari from reading the page--so I took out the
So I'm still stuck, but I do appreciate your suggestion.
It's a very difficult code but you can try to see article about it to find it, i search fo
Thanks, I'd appreciate it!
I've got a bit lost now with this thread. I'm not sure what Davide was saying.
His last comment was...
'It's a very difficult code but you can try to see article about it to
find it, i search fo
Thanks, Martin, for your help.
I tried replacing my original code with what's on your test site,
though, and I still had the same issue.
That realization prompted me to wonder if the problem's with
Dreamweaver or Firefox, rather than my code. So I tried to "Preview
in Firefox" another file, one that I knew was OK, and it didn't work
When I did a search for "Firefox 3.6" in Adobe Forum/Dreamweaver, I
discovered that root of the problem is a bug in 3.6. Wow--to think
that I was right and Mozilla was wrong!
Still, I suspect that IE isn't going load the menu bar correctly. So
after wasting too much time trying to make dropdowns that were more of
a luxury than a necessity, I'm going to just make a vertical menu bar,
with sub-categories inset, and get on with more important things for
the site. Maybe next time I'll know a little more about what I'm
doing and be able to make horizontal menu bar with dropdowns that works!
Thanks a lot for your help.
I have the same problem when I try to preview CS4 web pages using FireFox 3.6 on my local server [ MAMP ].
A web search reveals that several others are having similar problems.
Some are reverting to an ealier version of Firefox [ 3.5.7 ] in order to avoid this problem.
Dave Powers has a tutorial on how to get MAMP to work. I haven't had any luck with it yet.