Welcome to the world of webpage design!
> I'm almost done building my webpage (for my wife actually) using NetTab
> Pro. It looks fine in Netscape, but Explorer thinks it did something
> wrong with:
I believe you are referring to "NoteTab Pro" ;-), right? What version of
especially CSS differently...
> 1. In some places, font type and size (why isn't Garamond coming
> through; the style sheet seems o.k.?) and heading. I thought my style
> sheet (and its ref on each page of my frames) was correct, but not all
> my pages are paying attention.
First your computer has to have the font you are using installed, so if you
are using the same computer to design, publish and view your webpage this
shouldn't be a problem (you might want to check your spelling)...for the
Garamond font (make sure you are using the actual name of the font exactly
as it is, and it must be in quotes if there are "spaces" in its name...as
far as the style sheets problem you just have to learn what works and why
(see help links reference below)
> 2. A .jpg illustration on one page is just a little black speck. I
> can't see what's wrong. Does Explorer require different kinds of
> measurements? Here's the entry: <IMG SRC="armyplza.jpg" WIDTH="^1"
> HEIGHT="^2" BORDER="1" ALT="Grand Army Plaza, circa 1900, near Lauren's
I know that you must explicitly state the exact size in Height and Width of
each and every image you are using...so the above will not work in all
browsers...I also know that if you save it as a .jpg in a .gif format it
won't show up and vice versa.
> I'm close enough to being done so that these last problems seem small,
> but then they don't go away!
That's the fun of this work, finding out what works in what browser and what
you have to do to make it work in all...although "fun" can be quite
"frustrating" at times B^)
> Has anyone found a method, like a checklist, to troubleshot these and
> other problems between browsers?
There are certain things you learn as you go, and to make a checklist for
each browser variation would prove quite long and ineffective...(it's
virtually impossible to actually build a working list of all the
idiosyncracies of each brwoser version). Some websites you might want to
check out for assistance are www.webreview.com www.webmonkey.com
We learn as we go and we go as we learn, it is a never ending process of
growth and communication...
> Robert Thompson
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