Thanks for the reply, I ran a chunk through (html)tidy and came up with 8 errors and around 90 warnings related to the \/ problem. The fix only takes a second, but he's gotta be willing to do it on each page. Tidy has a win2000 setting because of the well-known problems that arise when win2K is used for producing web pages. And yes, Mozilla gets as far as Opera, which I also really like. By the way, Tidy fixes the problems automatically AFTER the errors are fixed. The 8 errors were in the code word uses for round-tripping. Easy search and kill routine. On Fri, 2004-07-09 at 17:41, Ray wrote: > Out of curiosity I checked the page in Opera and it does > work in Opera. It also worked first try in IE. In Mozilla > the homepage displayed but I got server error messages > when trying links. > > I ran it through an online validator and only came up with > a few errors. All related to frames. It might not be that > hard for him to change. Validator doesn't find the critical mistakes; I tried it also, but tidy found it all--great little program. > The errors were: > > (http://watson.addy.com/) > > line #9: unknown attribute "FRAMESPACING" for element > <FRAMESET>. > line #9: unknown attribute "BORDER" for element <FRAMESET>. > line #9: unknown attribute "FRAMEBORDER" for element > <FRAMESET>. > line #10: unknown attribute "TARGET" for element <FRAME>. > > I'm a bit puzzled why any of those would cause the problem > but I'm no HTML expert. > You can look at the source code to see what a mess it is. I don't know if wordXP has cleaned any of this up. I suspect it has. Thanks much again for your reply and time. -- d -- No attachments (even text) are allowed -- -- Type: application/pgp-signature -- File: signature.asc -- Desc: This is a digitally signed message part For a web-based membership management utility and information on list policies, please see http://nibec.com/24hoursupport/ To unsubscribe, send a blank email to 24hoursupport-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with "unsubscribe" (without quotes) in the subject.