why do pictures not show in Firefox but show in IE?

Posted on 2011-10-21
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
Looking at my website  in FireFox the images I put in using Dreamweaver do not display, but they do display correctly in IE. Why does that occur?  And it's funny that the CSS color I put in displays in IE correctly, but shows up as white font in Fireforx.
Question by:danfiggolf
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    I personally saw no difference between FF and IE.  What images aren't showing up? What version of the browsers are you using? Which color are you talking about?
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    Accepted Solution

    I'm with LZ1 on this one - the page looks the same in both Firefox and IE.

    Can you be a little more specific (exact problem / browser versions etc)


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