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I have inserted some simple animations with MS Frontpage 98 and I can view them using IE 4.0 no problem but when I use Netscape the link is there i,e the curser changes and it will link me to that page but there is no text and no animation, can someone please help.
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email me the page at:
chm@inlink.com
and i'll look at it.  i'm very experienced in HTML and i'm sure i can help you.

It's really no suprise that one of microsoft's products cranked out a page that a microsoft competitor's product cannot read.
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