Had problems with IE, switched to Firefox. Like it much better. no problems with it at all so far.
Gary,George, I voted "other" because I am not quite sure how to respond. I use AT&T for DSL, AOL for internet, and Windows XP Home on the box. Perhaps you can straighten me out.
George P. I, too, use AOL for email, etc. Is this a browser? I ain't too swift on these new computer thingies. A friend of mine was showing me his new computer and it even had dirty pictures on it. I keep looking, but all mine has on it is old people riding trikes.....:joke:Gary,
ATT uses a modified version of IE (Internet Explorer) AOL??Well I really don't know!! I remove it from all of the computers that I come across 4:
That is still a debatable subject even at Microsoft :lol: about Vista!!George P. I, too, use AOL for email, etc. Is this a browser? I ain't too swift on these new computer thingies. A friend of mine was showing me his new computer and it even had dirty pictures on it. I keep looking, but all mine has on it is old people riding trikes.....:joke:
I have something called Microsoft Vista and they say it operates the computer....??
Why do you delete AOL??
OK George, just had a quick peep at my notes and came across this, i think your answers lie here
just checked and its still there, a great info source.
good luck with the build.
From above Link said:5. CSS provides powerful ways to control the appearance of a page— but also leads to serious browser incompatibilities. You can limit these problems by using the HTML 4.01 Strict document type. When you design in "strict mode," Internet Explorer 6 and above will show behavior much closer to that of Firefox, Safari and other modern browsers. But only if you specify the strict DOCTYPE at the very top of your page:
Gary, I am staying with AOL. It serves me well with I want to do. I know I don't use my computer close to it's capability, but...what can I say.Well, George L. I guess that we are out of step with everyone, It works well for me and I would not have the slightest idea how to change to some of that other stuff. Too old to change what I have that works. One of my daughters is a software engineer, but no help from her.
Guess that I'll just "bump along" the best I can..