The background image loads in IE but not in Netscape?
It looks like you added an image code before the body tag. You cannot add an image in the title or the header of the page. The viewable part starts right below the body tag.
<title>David's FAQ html help</title>
<body text="#000000" bgcolor="#FFFFFF" link="#0000EE" vlink="#970A14” background="back.gif">
Your page starts here
Whenever I enter a page it takes forever to load?
The page has a large file like an image or sound file wait few seconds and hit the stop button in your browser.
I created my image or wav file using MAC but they don't show?
For some reason and I don't know why files that were created by a MAC don't work they have to use a PC
I can see AOL images in my AOL browser but not in IE or Netscape?
AOL uses .art format images that only work with AOL browser. You need to convert the images to .gif or .jpg. Open the image in your image editor and save it as gif or jpg
The page shows fine in IE but it show html code in Netscape?
It is in the name of the page when you create the html file you forgot to add the extension to it you have to rename your file to end with .html or .htm like if you have page2 you have to rename it to page2.html don't forget .to change the links on your pages
The page shows fine in IE but it is blank in Netscape?
You are using table code on the page. make sure all the table tags are closed. if you cannot find the open table go to the bottom of the page right before the closing body tag </body> add </table>. The table uses three tags. and they all have closing tags.
- The main <table> and the closing tag is </table>
- The row <tr> and the closing tag is </tr>
- The cell <td> and the closing tag is </td>