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i designed a web page with frontpage98, i used frames, java applets, web counter and all kind of stuff.
the problem is the next: when a try to browse it with other browser diferent from IE 4.0 it just apperas done but i cant see no images or frames. Please help me

 
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by:MasseyM
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Are all the files and stuff in the appropriate places on the server... (do the images link correctly?)

can you provide us with a URL
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by:tas032797
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my url is www.tass.com.mx, try it with IE 4.0 and then with netscape you'll notice the difference.
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by:MasseyM
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Well, here are a couple things:

The <noframes>...</noframes> stuff should be outside the <frameset> tags.  

Secondly, you need to close your <frame> tag with </frame>.

try that and see if it makes a difference.

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Its already done
thanks please add more comments
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j_powers earned 400 total points
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You need to put in more than one frame in your frameset. I am not sure why you want to mark frames if you only have one frame, but if you want to see the index page on other browsers, change the code to this:

<frameset rows="*,*>
    <frame name="principal" src="c_default.htm">
    <frame name="next" src="whatever.htm">
    <noframes>
etc.

I do not understand why you want to make this page frameable, since you only have one frame. Netscape, as other browsers, may view this as an inconsistancy, and will not load (NS is difficult that way).

Good luck.
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by:tas032797
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J_Powers:
thanks Check my question at browsers section it is called
regards tas
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