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I need help fixing a browser compatibility issue

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Hello,

I have created and am managing a small site for a friend.  The navigation works great in IE but fails in both FireFox and Chrome.

The site is www.ihrincorp.com

When I attempt to navigate to either "Services - The Company or Experience" the address displays "http://ihrincorp.com/html\company_info.html" instead of "http://ihrincorp.com/html/company_info.html".  The loss of the "/" is breaking the link.

I am using NetObjects Fusion v8 for the site and DHTML Menu Studio for the navigation bar.  The two pages above that don't work are the only pages that are sub-pages on the menu bar.

I would greatly appreciate any help in fixing this problem.

Thank you.

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Question by:tneubauertocg
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Dave Baldwin earned 250 total points
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They both have '\' instead of '/'.  '\' doesn't work on the web as a separator in file name because it is used to 'escape' characters like quotes in strings.  Change that and it should work.
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by:tneubauertocg
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Thank you, I found the "\" in the code for the menu!
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You're welcome, thanks for the points.
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