Troy A. Griffitts
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Thu Mar 10 06:29:25 MST 2005
We have a doctype element in our page. I just changed it to use what
w3c.org uses and it hasn't fixed our problem.
DM Smith wrote:
> I don't have time to look at it right now, but IE needs to have a
> DOCTYPE on the html page to move it from "compatibility mode" into
> "standards mode".
> When this is done, it is a lot closer to the w3c box model.
> Try it and let me know if this helps.
> Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
>> Hey guys. We've added a new feature to SWORDWeb. It allows
>> supports such (like KJV, WHNU, NASB, etc.) It should work in parallel
>> windows too.
>> features on and off.
>> Here are some problems with which we could use your help:
>> It takes much longer to load a page with this data on now, because we
>> prefetch all the lexicon info for the page. It would be nice to delay
>> these lookups until needed, if anyone knows how.
>> Joachim pointed out that google seems to do this at:
>> Safari looks good
>> Firefox looks good
>> IE sucks
>> Any ideas why IE doesn't display the text correctly and other browsers
>> do? (not just "because it sucks")
>> Thanks for your feedback and help. We hope to take SWORDWeb to the
>> next level!
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