Question by rottingzomby: Cross-browser compatibility question; looks great in FF, not in IE or Safari.?
EVERYTHING else works perfectly; it’s just that the pics don’t show. They’re not showing the broken image sign, they just don’t show. Instead, there’s an outline where the image is supposed to go. Any ideas? I’m using Yahoo! Sitebuilder as an HTML editor, but the host isn’t Yahoo!. When done creating a page in Sitebuilder, I preview, select View > Source and copy the HTML and paste it into the code editor of the actual webhost. I then make sure I import all the appropriate images to the correct folder at the webhost. Everything works out great for displaying in Firefox; IE and Safari are another story. Here’s the page so you can look at it in different browsers: www.braff.org/index2.html. Any ideas about why it’s not compatible across different browsers?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
PS- Yes, I am an HTML idiot; that’s why I use an editor; to compile for me. You may have to “talk down to me” in order for me to get what you’re saying.
EDIT: YES YES YES! Thank you Saj…adding didn’t do anything, but deleting that whole line DID do the trick. Thanks again!
Answer by Saj
If you look at the index2.html file, you will see there’s a line like this:
Try putting after the above line.
The thing is IE gets messed up when “base” tag is used. So, it’s recommended to remove it.
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