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I designed a website which worked in IE and firefox on my own PC..and I think (like 99% sure) that it worked on the actual hosting account (meaning "On the web"), too.
However, today I changed it to .sthml files, because I started using SSI for navigation, etc.. In Internet Explorer everything works just fine, but in firefox I only see a blank page when I type in the URL! :-(
thanks for any help!
What do you mean by proper HTTP Response headers? I'm kind of new to all of this web development stuff..I just did a search for it, but what I found was rather confusing ;(
thx for the help!
Your best bet in this case is to simplify -- divide and conquer. Replace the SSI page with a static page taken from view-page-source in IE and see if that works. Then add the simplest SSI directive back into that static page. If it still works, add one more line (or functional code block) of SSI at a time, and see when/why the page breaks. And remember to completely flush your browser cache each time you make a change, or just disable it until you're done testing (but don't forget to re-enable it when done!)
I feel that's even more strange, now. I was able to see it on firefox on my computer and online..then I changed it to SSI/shtml and I couldnt anymore, but a friend still can.
You do not happen to have any idea what's going on with this?lol I think I dont have the latest version of firefox (but then again all of my target market who use firefox might not have the very latest version either)..very very confusing ;(
Then I forgot I had done this...now I typed in the URL and it's working :-)