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png files with black background in Firefox
Works in IE only
Jspeig




msg:4422360
 6:59 pm on Feb 27, 2012 (gmt 0)

Hi all,
I created a website in Frontpage 2003 (im an HTML novice). Upon preview, it looks perfect, in EI its also perfect. When i check Firefox, the png files are not clear and have black backgrounds..also the jpg files are fuzzy.

I am using the most up to date versions of the browser, and checked my quicktime MIME and its correct. What am i missing?

Thanks!

 

lucy24




msg:4422475
 1:28 am on Feb 28, 2012 (gmt 0)

I am so, so tempted to say "What you're missing is nine years of editorial commentary on Frontpage."

Oops.

Get brave. Open that sucker in a text editor and start trying to decipher it. HTML is intended to be user-friendly. Unlike most computer languages you could name, HTML is designed to respond to mistakes by ignoring them and carrying on. ("The boss didn't really just make a rude noise did he? No. Impossible. We'll just pretend it didn't happen.")

Or get yourself an up-to-the-minute WYSIWYG editor or find a nice CMS. Just don't let it take your Frontpage file and re-translate into its own language-- even if it says in big print "Sure, no sweat, I can do that". The results will not be pretty.

HTML is fun, though. Once you get used to making mud pies you'll never go back to packaged mixes again.

Marshall




msg:4422485
 1:56 am on Feb 28, 2012 (gmt 0)

Jspeig, welcome to WebmasterWorld.

Check these two links:
Images_or_animations_do_not_load [kb.mozillazine.org] and
Website colors are wrong [kb.mozillazine.org]

Marshall

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