I'm helping out at one of my kids school this year doing the school newsletter. I'm taking over for another person. They've always done the newsletter in Word. This year we want to take the paper newsletter and put it on-line.
The newsletter contains a lot of graphics and a table. When I finish the paper newsletter, I've tried saving it as a web page in Word. The table is lost and I have to put another table in and then move or copy my graphics into the table. It's a little time consuming, but don't know of another way to do it. When the page is done, we upload it to the website at the school. Everything looks fine if we view it in Safari, Netscape or Firefox, but not in IE. Most of the graphics are JPG, but a few are PNG. Is there a reason that the graphics don't show up in IE, but do in the other browsers.
Thanks for your help!
[edited by: encyclo at 4:42 pm (utc) on Sep. 14, 2007] [edit reason] no URLs thanks [/edit]
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I looked at your code and see that it is both jpg and png that are not loading in IE. In fact, only two images show up. Personally, I cannot explain it as all your image paths are the same and obviously they all loaded. The only other thing may be all the "if" statements, and for that matter other usless code, that Word inserts into the HTML.
If you have access to Publisher, I suggest using that instead. Otherwise, a good WYSIWYG page editor should do the trick. Of course, other people on this forum may have better suggestions. Sorry I cannot be of more help.