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Dreamweaver Emergency!
OO7girl




msg:3037930
 11:06 pm on Aug 7, 2006 (gmt 0)

Hi everyone,

I'm not quite sure what's happened, but somehow my site has gone from looking normal and lovely and perfect to being completely messed up. The main thing I notice is that there are all these weird grey areas in the preview pane in Dreamweaver. Here's a screenshot:

[ladylicorice.com ]

And here's how it's SUPPOSED to look:

[ladylicorice.com ]

This is also how it looks on my computer, but I checked my site from a friend's computer today and it was completely messed up! There were weird semi-transparent spaces where all the grey stuff is appearing in Dreamweaver.

You can take a look for yourself at [ladylicorice.com....] I'd be interested to see if it displays properly for most people, all people, or no people.

Has anyone ever come across this before? I have no idea how this happened. :(

 

jessejump




msg:3038721
 3:54 pm on Aug 8, 2006 (gmt 0)

The page looks fine in IE and FF.

How much do you know about HTML; can you read the code and find any errors?

Also, I don't know if it's OK to post this here (You haven't gotten any answers yet)- but there is a google group devoted to DW - they get hundreds of questions asked and answered daily. Everybody reading the group uses DW.

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