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  1. #1
    Sergio
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    Default inline frame bug?

    1. firefox and chrome as client on this page full of inline frame
    2. click on link on this page
    3. use back in browser to rewind to page and all inline frame have same
    value on screen

    bug or feature?

    opera and IE6 no problem.

    using fixed page layout of course.

  2. #2
    Chuck Joslin
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    Default Re: inline frame bug?

    A URL would help.

    Fixed layout "of course"?

    The worst possible option.

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    "Sergio" <sergio.artic@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:ho63i9$scf$1@DailyPlanet.news.netobjects.com. ..
    > 1. firefox and chrome as client on this page full of inline frame
    > 2. click on link on this page
    > 3. use back in browser to rewind to page and all inline frame have same
    > value on screen
    >
    > bug or feature?
    >
    > opera and IE6 no problem.
    >
    > using fixed page layout of course.



  3. #3
    Sergio
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    Default Re: inline frame bug?

    On 21.3.2010 23:58, Chuck Joslin wrote:
    > A URL would help.
    >
    > Fixed layout "of course"?
    >
    > The worst possible option.
    >


    why worst?

    link is:

    http://menu2.endrigo.com/html/riga.htm

    click on firefox icon and then use back in firefox/chrome

  4. #4
    Chuck Joslin
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    Default Re: inline frame bug?

    Sergio,

    Fixed layout creates a page full of divs. Not in itself bad, but it's an old
    implementation and doesn't play well with Mozilla browsers.

    You're better of publishing with Dynamic Layout - All Browsers.

    Or go with the newer XHTML if you wish to have a div based layout.

    Your use of compression makes your page source hard to read. Turn it off (it
    has very minimal effect in these days of broadband) if you want people to
    look at your site to look for problems.

    You have inline frames embedded in top tab multi-layout regions. That could
    be a problem with naming.

    Having all of the multi-layout regions with inline frames getting all of the
    same content when you go back to the page is indeed strange.

    Turn off compression and republish and it will be easier to evaluate what
    may be going on.

    Someone will probably spot something you could do differently.

    --
    Chuck Joslin
    BeyondFusion.com - Your Fusion Community
    www.beyondfusion.com

    Register domain names at www.awavedomains.com


    "Sergio" <sergio.artic@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:ho6ce8$1fd$1@DailyPlanet.news.netobjects.com. ..
    > On 21.3.2010 23:58, Chuck Joslin wrote:
    >> A URL would help.
    >>
    >> Fixed layout "of course"?
    >>
    >> The worst possible option.
    >>

    >
    > why worst?
    >
    > link is:
    >
    > http://menu2.endrigo.com/html/riga.htm
    >
    > click on firefox icon and then use back in firefox/chrome



  5. #5
    Sergio
    Guest

    Default Re: inline frame bug?

    On 22.3.2010 1:52, Chuck Joslin wrote:
    > Sergio,
    >
    > Fixed layout creates a page full of divs. Not in itself bad, but it's an
    > old implementation and doesn't play well with Mozilla browsers.


    it is first time i use inline stuff. thx for answer. i am trying now to
    change colors of tabs for middle secttions. lost... others?

    >
    > You're better of publishing with Dynamic Layout - All Browsers.
    >
    > Or go with the newer XHTML if you wish to have a div based layout.


    I moved to fixed because it worked width my objects over objects way of
    doing some pages. I tried other way but middle of this page is not
    working then.

    >
    > Your use of compression makes your page source hard to read. Turn it off
    > (it has very minimal effect in these days of broadband) if you want
    > people to look at your site to look for problems.


    it is turn off now on same url. others? i believe it is firefox bug. old
    ie6 and opera works fine.

    >
    > You have inline frames embedded in top tab multi-layout regions. That
    > could be a problem with naming.


    what can I do? i forget many stuff i am on xara now.

    >
    > Having all of the multi-layout regions with inline frames getting all of
    > the same content when you go back to the page is indeed strange.
    >
    > Turn off compression and republish and it will be easier to evaluate
    > what may be going on.
    >
    > Someone will probably spot something you could do differently.
    >


    here

    http://menu2.endrigo.com/html/riga.htm

    test

    click on firefox icon and use back in firefox/chrome


  6. #6
    Sergio
    Guest

    Default Re: inline frame bug?

    On 22.3.2010 12:13, Sergio wrote:
    >


    don't waste time on my web page. it is firefox bug.

    i found new bug main aspect ratio doesn't work when u use load from url
    image.




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