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VinnyPanico

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Can you guys help me?

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http://designs.vinnypanico.com
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Johanna

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I looked at it in IE6 and the banner acted fine, but there was nothing else on the site. Maybe you could be more specific about what isn't working like you expect?
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VinnyPanico

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If you open it in Firefox there is a whole menu layout down the left and there is content on the right. The menu is flash as well.
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Tom07

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Possibly whoever designed it, didn't code it correct for the viewers my site, it's a bit weird looking in IE, but then works in FF.
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Major Payne

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This flash works in both FF and IE:
http://designs.vinnypanico.com/flash/headerV7.swf?button=1

This works in FF but not IE (Does work in IE 7.0):
http://designs.vinnypanico.com/flash/menuV7.swf?button=1

Ron

P.S. Worked fine in Both Netscape browsers and Opera.

Edited by Major Payne, 19 December 2007 - 12:04 AM.

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VinnyPanico

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Is what happened is I assembled the pieces using Mozilla's version of Dreamweaver (it's called KompoZer. They built it off of NVU). The only thing, is they add lines of code in there so that when the HTML detects IE, it only loads the header. For some reason they made it rather simple to fix by adding <!-- If IE --> and <!-- end if -->. Anyway, it's fixed. If you want to see the working version of the site, go there now.
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