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My website wont load in Firefox

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Hi there, Im desperate for some help.
I recently set up a webpage in Microsoft FrontPage and although it works fine in Internet explorer, I have been told that it doesnt display properly when viewing it in Firefox.
Is there an easy solution to this problem?
Any advice would be muchly appreciated.
Many thanks
Matthew Paton

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For one thing, my FF web tools are showing about 218 warnings! This is more than enough to confuse any browser as to how to parse a page. :whistling:

I will be doing a real estate site soon which involves stripping out all the FrontPage code to make it somewhat compatible with several browsers. I would suggest you try validating your page with the Include Source box checked and you'll see all the problems:

The W3C Markup Validation Service

I validated your page and: "Result: Failed validation, 292 errors" was the result.

Try correcting the errors if at all possible or use a different editor. There are several good and free WYSIWYG Editors (NVU for one) that will write decent code.

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