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Javascript Not Working Properly In Mozilla Browser

 
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Hi,

I am working on J2EE application which deployed on windows OS and we are using IE as browser.
I want to Use same application on Linux OS and Mozilla Browser But few pages of my application are not working properly in Mozilla Browser. I am facing problems like images are not getting displayed, JavaScript functions are working properly, page caching etc.

If somebody can guide me about Mozilla Browser settings which we will sort these problems
Or some alternative browser for Linux OS which supports JavaScript

Regards,

Indu
 
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If images are not being displayed and layout is messed up it has nothing to really do with JavaScript unless JavaScript is creting this content. You need to make sure that your markup is valid.

http://validator.w3.org/ is a good starting point.

Eric
 
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The validator is your best tool, HOWEVER I want to warn you. If this is a corporate type environment where IE is the mandated standard everyone needs to use, don't spend too much time on it.

IE is notorious for not following standards so you may spend some time fixing in to run in Firefox only to find out that you've messed it up in IE. It takes alot of time and patience to get it write, ESPECIALLY if your going all CSS and not tables, etc. Once you get it right its worth it, unless your bosses see it as a waste of time and see a reduction in your productivity.
 
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Hi,

thanks a lot, the validator is really very helpful. As for images not getting displayed the problem was the way the image path specified in code. After changing '\' with '/' the iamge path, it was working fine.

thanks again.

indu
 
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