sorry didn't see this response till now - new replies email notifications not working...
Thanks, Dabrowski but if it were Media Center I would think it would effect all 3 browsers?
Searched around for XP Media Center and CSS rendering problems though and can't find anything. I would also think that if this is a Media Center problem Google would have found a way to render their background and top level image correctly. BTW, WebmasterWorld doesn't render correctly either.
Any other ideas? Possible incorrect system settings? Thanks
I knew that WebmasterWorld and G didn't actually use CSS, but my own site and several of the others that do don't render correctly, so that's where I started. Then I noticed that G and WebmasterWorld also didn't render correctly.
I don't think it's a hardware issue since Opera renders correctly, but then I am a real dummy when it comes to hardware.
This is a new laptop and I haven't muddled around in it so doubt I've screwed something up, but then again....
Thanks for taking a stab at it, I'll try searching for Media Center and background instead of CSS in the meantime.
Msg#: 3305654 posted 10:43 am on Apr 18, 2007 (gmt 0)
I really don't know what the answer is, however, everything that you've said suggests it's a common setting or file between FF & IE. Have you updated with the OS? Have you removed FF, then tried re-installing it?