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Frontpage & Netscape incompatibilities

Posted on 2000-03-06
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I run my webserver on Linux using Apache with frontpage2000 server extensions.
I create the webs in frontpage on a windows pc and publish to the server. The pages display 100% correct if I view them with a windows box & IE4/5, but the position of the graphics and tables etc, are all wrong if I view with netscape from Linux. Can somebody help me to fix this please?
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Go to your options in frintpage and there is something in there that says what you are publishing to, and for. You have FP extentions so that is ok... but you have to either select "netscape" or if there is some "genernal browser" option. I just use "netscape" and i have to forgo some options, but everything that i do use works.            
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