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My FP2000 created website makes Netscape crash!

We updated our website recently, using FrontPage2000 and just discovered that Netscape actually crashes when visiting the site.

We got a little fance and used a simple javascript for mouseovers, and we neglected to set the compatibility mode for both IE and Netscape, but now I don't know how to fix the web pages.

I've tried tests by removing all the javascript code and Netsc. still crashes.

I'm sure others must have experienced similar problems. A sample of the code is below:

<script language="JavaScript1.2" fptype="dynamicanimation" src="animate.js">
</script>
<body link="#208FFF" vlink="#0000A0" alink="#808080" onload="dynAnimation()">
<center>

<table border="0" cellpadding="0" width="100%" cellspacing="0">
  <tr>
    <td valign="top" width="185" bgcolor="#E4E4E4" style="border-right: medium none rgb(32,143,255); padding-left: 10; padding-right: 10; padding-top: 10">
      <p align="left" style="word-spacing: 0; margin-top: 0; margin-bottom: 0"><a href="Index.htm" onmouseover="document[fpAnimswapImgFP36'].imgRolln=document['fpAnimswapImgFP36'].src;document['fpAnimswapImgFP36'].src=document['fpAnimswapImgFP36'].lowsrc;" onmouseout="document['fpAnimswapImgFP36'].src=document['fpAnimswapImgFP36'].imgRolln"><img src="images/cntnts%20home.gif" alt="microMICR Home" border="0" id="fpAnimswapImgFP36" name="fpAnimswapImgFP36" dynamicanimation="fpAnimswapImgFP36" lowsrc="images/cntnts%20home%20O.gif" width="150" height="32"></a></p>
     
Thanx,
MikeA
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kc5sigCommented:
If the web you've got isn't too big, I might suggest creating a new blank web and setting the NS compatability and then importing the pages.

FP has a good memory, but it doesn't handle everything the way we want it too sometimes.  Two things, how many reports of crashing NN have you recieved and what versions were being run when they crashed?

Hatton
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sduellCommented:
If the code that you presented as an example of the actual code, then I would suggest that you look at the first onmouseover array item.

It appears to be missing the single quote.

onmouseover="document[fpAnimswapImgFP36']
should be:
onmouseover="document['fpAnimswapImgFP36']

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