I have something happening with a website only in Firefox, even though the
site was designed for Firefox/Opera, and then IE issues were taken care of
with conditional comments.
I cannot duplicate the problem in IE6/7 or Opera. I am running Firefox
126.96.36.199. Another developer running, Firefox 188.8.131.52 on a Linux box sent me
a screen shot where the problem did not occur, although my copyright was
I did the site design and coding, but someone else is handling the asp
part. They are pulling the application into my design shell so to speak.
I don't know a lot about asp, but I cannot imagine that the error is asp
related, since this is working in Opera and IE6/7. I was really surprised
to see that it worked in Opera and not Firefox, as typically if one of my
sites works in Firefox, it works in Opera, at least with my experience.
The problem is occurring with the Find Licensee. When entering a county
such as Rankin, which has a very long list of licensees, all of the data is
sent to the page, but just after the H listings, the page goes white. If
you look at the source code, the data is there, but it is not displayed,
and the page is white where the data should be. Once the data ends, the
footer appears as it should.
In Firefox, there is a min-height and height:auto set on the main content
areas in order to keep the box on the right where it is, but no max-height
is set, which is what the asp developer asked me about. For IE6/7, a
height has been set.
The website and the app are currently on two different servers and are
using different URLs.
The site is http://www.mrec.ms.gov/testphase/ and currently, the link to
the Find Licensee is not on the site, so use this link to see the issue:
http://www.mrec.state.ms.us/findrealtornew.asp. The css file is
I am really stumped on this one......I've only been using CSS for a few
years, and have only created a handful of tabless site designs, so I am
guessing it will be something silly I have done.....
Thanks so much for your help,
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