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Old November 14th, 2004, 07:18 AM
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Default Dreamweaver MX & Firefox 1.0 Compatibility

Have been working through the first couple of chapters (1-3) of the Wrox Dreamweaver MX book and experiencing a number of problems when using the Firefox 1.0 browser.

For example when using the pop up menus as described on p.88-90, it seems to work fine on IE6 but nothing comes up on Firefox.

The corresponding target browser check notes no potential errors.

If anyone could help that would be a great help.
 
Old November 14th, 2004, 12:15 PM
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Hi there,

Can you post the code for your page? Usually, the pop-up and other behaviors work find in most browsers.Maybe something went wrong in your code somewhere...

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I found out that I had to forcibly put all the graphics and images to the remote folder in order for it to be viewed

 
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Yes, correct.

Depending on your settings, whenever you save a file, it's also saved on the remote host. However, this isn't the case for DW generated stuff and images.

Often the easiest thing to do is to "put" the entire site. In the Local View list of the SItes panel, right click your site and choose Put. This will send the entire site to the remote host.

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