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FireFox Browser Compatability

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Dixon Diva

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I just recently learned about Firefox and in trying to pull up my webpage using the Firefox browser, it was totally messed up! Is there a way (for non-programers) to make my site friendly to Firefox browsers? I created it in FrontPage. I don't want to allienate Firefox users, but I also cannot afford to pay someone professionally to fix the problem at this point. :whistling:
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moving this to the webdesign forum as you'll probably get better info there
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The easiest way to make a website that works in Firefox is to not use Frontpage to make it with. Or Frontpage Express. Or Publisher. Or Word for that matter. Or anything made by Microsoft that has the ability to save something as a web page. Every single one of these generates code that no other web browser can understand.

Alternatives: Try this:
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