It looks fine from here - has the problem been fixed? Or do people still see it? (Be sure to hit "refresh" first.) If you see HTML, what's it say? (Just include a few lines, and insert space after each < so we can see it...)
Just checked with IE5. It looks fine - has it been fixed?
posted 18 years ago
It is still displaying html. I have tried re-freshing. I am using Netscape. It does display a little bit of web page for only an instance. I can see the moose's head and some paragraphed text with an jump on the word "here". It is too quick to read or to try and hit the html jump. I only mention this incase it gives an indication of where in the html there might be a problem for Nescape browsers.
I am very confident that the HTML is broken, almost certainly broken headers, might be missing carriage returns at the start. IE is very slack at parsing HTML and will display any old rubbish . For instance if you have a link to a css that does not exist, IE will just render and not warn you that the css is missing, Netscape will fall over with a dramatic message, exotic but good for the web designer to know the html is broken. I expect a virtual beer if I'm right (and virtual custard pie if I'm wrong). Marcus
Yup - here is the offending section: <pre> <P> <EM> <FONT color="#804000"> Take a look to here to find the the answers to the most popular <BR> questions about the Big Moose Saloon <BR> here at javaranch. </EM>
</pre> On inspection, the </FONT> tag occurs two lines later than it should. Marcus, consider yourself virtually beered. (We will save the virtual custard for another occasion.) Gotta run to work now - hopefully some other sheriff or bartender can fix this? [This message has been edited by Jim Yingst (edited July 19, 2001).]