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Using a different browser to add/or delete codes in editor


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kiwimiss

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:) oops... I had made changes in html editor using this browser and for whatever reason.. lost 2 banner displays, text box and a counter...would Mozilla cause this to happen?

I viewed in source on site and they were not there, so I then changed browser to IE went to html editor to verify. I'm aware that I just need to add the banners etc to editor and it should(hopfully) be fine... but if the cause was due to me using another browser to access my editor, please can someone tell me. :tazz: ... I'll know never do to that again :)

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You can try validating your HTML to find errors that would cause a big mess in different browsers:

http://validator.w3.org/

Just put in the site address and click check.

It tells you where and what your errors are.
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Thank you
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Re:validator
Michelle... I have 16 errors. I will now follow up on how to fix them etc. apparently css seems the appropriate codes to remedy the errors.. hmmmm... and just when I got comfortable managing the basics..

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