Nic Pulford wrote:
> Just release a site that I thought was fully tested, but someone complained
> that the did not get a complete page load. They got no banner image and none
> of the menu links acted as a link. They are not terribly IT literate but
> could at least tell me they were using IE7. Any ideas?
> The pages have the pair of chars identifying the file as Unicode, code that
> be it?
> The site is www.lasadev.com <http://www.lasadev.com/>
All pages loaded the banner image and the links seemed to work on this
end in XP IE/6 and IE/7 (although the jumping on link click is a little
Your editor (Dreamweaver?) has to be configured not add the byte-order
mark (BOM) to your stylesheet; and html, javacript, or php documents.
Some of your pages have an XHTML 1.0 Transitional doctype: others have
an XHTML 1.1 doctype. XHTML 1.0 Strict' may be a more suitable doctype
for all of your pages.
A thin red line and a salmon-color ampersand forthcoming.
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