We are using a web form at work, and when someone submits the form they receive a confirmation email. There is a hyperlink in the body of the email, which they can use to view their ticket. The email is generated with CDONTS.
The form looks best in IE - in any other browser there are some things that do not display very well. What I am wondering is this - is there any way of specifying in the code to open the link in IE, even if a different browser is already open?
I did not think that you could specify a particular browser, but it could not hurt to ask.
OK, so I was able to get everything working cross-browser. My problem was that the css file that came with this program (that I downloaded) needed tweaking. You see, Netscape would not show text areas at all, and only the top and left borders of text boxes. The css showed the borders set to none for text areas and once I changed that Netscape started showing those.
Now for the text boxes. I really do not know HTML, so I spent the better part of two days researching this issue. Finally, I found a solution that works. I guess Netscape 7's default behavior for rendering an <input> tag is showing a text box with what looks like a transparent right and bottom border. So here is what I did in order to get a border all the way around...
On the css, I added a class called ".text":
Then, on the asp file, I added the following to the <input> tag: