Anyone ever seen this problem?

Anyone ever seen this problem?

Post by Joe Schlatte » Thu, 24 Sep 1998 04:00:00



Check out this page on my web site:

<http://www.miafacts.org/hendcnct.htm>

Note that a good bit of the text is missing.  When I edit it in Front
Page editor, it looks great.  When I publish it, that's the result.
Also, I have three other pages on the site that suffer from the same
malady.

Anyone know what's going on?

Thanks,

--
Joe Schlatter
http://www.3wave.com/~rosenjoe/w4hh/
Amateur radio call W4HH

 
 
 

Anyone ever seen this problem?

Post by Myconi » Fri, 25 Sep 1998 04:00:00


Where exactly is the text missing?

--

Stan Brinkerhoff
SBN Level ][
ICQ: 7008466


>Check out this page on my web site:

><http://www.miafacts.org/hendcnct.htm>

>Note that a good bit of the text is missing.  When I edit it in Front
>Page editor, it looks great.  When I publish it, that's the result.
>Also, I have three other pages on the site that suffer from the same
>malady.

>Anyone know what's going on?

>Thanks,

>--
>Joe Schlatter
>http://www.3wave.com/~rosenjoe/w4hh/
>Amateur radio call W4HH


 
 
 

Anyone ever seen this problem?

Post by Kevin M. Jacobse » Fri, 25 Sep 1998 04:00:00


It looks OK here.  Maybe it's a * that won't let you see it
right!

> Check out this page on my web site:

> <http://www.veryComputer.com/;

> Note that a good bit of the text is missing.  When I edit it in Front
> Page editor, it looks great.  When I publish it, that's the result.
> Also, I have three other pages on the site that suffer from the same
> malady.

> Anyone know what's going on?

> Thanks,

> --
> Joe Schlatter
> http://www.veryComputer.com/~rosenjoe/w4hh/
> Amateur radio call W4HH

 
 
 

Anyone ever seen this problem?

Post by Joe Schlatte » Fri, 25 Sep 1998 04:00:00


Well, I just learned a lesson.  Don't know what I learned, though.  I
was viewing my page in Netscape and it was screwed up.  Switched to
IE4.0 and the page is perfect.

I just switched to IE as my default browser, though.


> It looks OK here.  Maybe it's a * that won't let you see it
> right!


> > Check out this page on my web site:

> > <http://www.veryComputer.com/;

> > Note that a good bit of the text is missing.  When I edit it in Front
> > Page editor, it looks great.  When I publish it, that's the result.
> > Also, I have three other pages on the site that suffer from the same
> > malady.

> > Anyone know what's going on?

> > Thanks,

> > --
> > Joe Schlatter
> > http://www.veryComputer.com/~rosenjoe/w4hh/
> > Amateur radio call W4HH

--
Joe Schlatter
http://www.veryComputer.com/~rosenjoe/w4hh/
Amateur radio call W4HH
 
 
 

Anyone ever seen this problem?

Post by Michael Dillo » Tue, 29 Sep 1998 04:00:00


Looks OK to me.  Maybe you have your display settings set so that thetext
runs off your screen.  Try a higher resolution.

>Check out this page on my web site:

><http://www.miafacts.org/hendcnct.htm>

>Note that a good bit of the text is missing.  When I edit it in Front
>Page editor, it looks great.  When I publish it, that's the result.
>Also, I have three other pages on the site that suffer from the same
>malady.

>Anyone know what's going on?

>Thanks,

>--
>Joe Schlatter
>http://www.3wave.com/~rosenjoe/w4hh/
>Amateur radio call W4HH

 
 
 

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