On Sunday 01 June 2008, Darrell Hare wrote:
> I was working on my company's website and I used Quanta to make changes
> to a page. When i uploaded the newly changed html it would only work in
> FireFox and not Windows.
> The website I was working on is haliburtonheightssubdivision.com
> Can anyone check the source and see if you can help me and let me know
> what I screwed up? It's rather urgent.
I don't *know* that this is the problem, but your use of HTML comments to hide
script source is incorrect. The lines (two of them) :
// end hiding contents >
need a --> on the end instead of the > : so change them to:
// end hiding contents -->
This may well be causing Internet Explorer to treat the whole of the rest of
the file as a comment, or at least up to the point where it finds a properly
closed comment; by that time it's trying to treat Body content as still part
of the Head element and probably gives up.
Have you tried validating the HTML using http://validator.w3.org/ ? There are
loads of errors in there - I think this is the one which is causing IE to
lose it, but the others could do with fixing.
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