I would be forever grateful if anyone can help me out... My pages render fine in IE, but in Firefox they are completely out of whack. I'm having problems with two pages:
If you look at it in IE, that is how it should display. You will see in Firefox for some reason, the content doesn't span across the three thumbnail images at the top. It seems to only span one column. When I remove the three thumbnails, but just put a in the cells, the page renders fine. So I know it's something to do with the images, I just don't know what!
Then at http://www.hybriddesign.net/fabricas...signRange.html
If you look at it in IE, you will see how the thumbnail at the top is supposed to be on the same row as the title, and then the thumbnails below are supposed to be 5 across (in two rows). In Firefox, they are all displaying in one column.
Thanks to anyone who can help me. I'm going nuts trying to figure it out and just don't know what else to try!
I suspect your intricate table layout is getting you.
"Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place. Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are, by definition, not smart enough to debug it." Brian W. Kernighan
Echo Ray's comment, plus the incomplete doctype will be throwing IE into quirks mode....
Ditto again, plus Firefox is much tighter on parsing a page than IE. Better to design for FF, then tweak for IE. LOL Might also clean up some code problems while you're working on the table layout:
HTML Validator result
line 45 column 15 - Error: there is no attribute "BACKGROUND"
line 50 column 66 - Error: there is no attribute "VALIGN"
line 50 column 79 - Error: there is no attribute "HEIGHT"
3 errors / 0 warnings
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