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May 14th, 2002

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Jumbled Pages

I'm just wondering if there's a decently easy way to build a webpage that will look basically the same in ALL browsers? I've noticed certain pages I created on my website in "Frontpage" look a little "jumbled" in Netscape, while looking as I created them in Internet Explorer....
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Got Some Serious Work Ahead!

In an attempt to get all the pages of my website compatible with most browsers, I'm going to have to "redo" a few of the pages with a different program. The pages look fine in Internet Explorer, but try Netscape, Mozilla, or Opera, some of the pages are all jumbled up. I just downloaded a copy of "DreamWeaver", spent some time attempting to figure it out, and I think I am onto something. I just re-made the page with my son's pictures on Dreamweaver and uploaded it, and it is no longer jumbled, after checking it online on all the above browsers. One page down...several to go! But not tonight....I've got eye strain after messing with that over four hours!
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Hmm, this "Opera" browser does seem to load pages faster than Internet Explorer!....
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Glad I'm "dumping" my old Homestead site. Seems no Homestead sites are showing up worth anything on the "Opera" browser! I had heard a lot of people tell me that they always had trouble with the speed at which Homestead pages downloaded. Now I find they apparently aren't compatible with EVERY browser!

Am I starting to sound too much like a "geek"?????