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geeks,i have finished to design my website using JSP,it works nice but the only problem i have got iz when i view it using Mozilla looks very different from windows explorer,all java script image are not moving,banner cannot display...you can view it at www.fostiw.com so what should i do to make it looks the same??
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Nothing to do with JSP.

You just have many places where you are using CSS that is not rendered the same in all browsers.

This is a "fact of life": Browsers are not compatible. People (not me!) make a lot of money converting pages that work on one browser to work on another.

Just as ONE example: Your FLASH banner at the top. MSIE seems to be paying attention to your
   <OBJECT ... WIDTH='100%' ...>
whereas FireFox seems to be paying attention to your
   <EMBED ... WIDTH=500 ...>

Why did you make those different??

But most of your page seems to built from pieces that you have grabbed from many different sites, so it might simply be a case of them not all working together when thrown together without care. I don't know.

Still... I don't see anything in there that seems to be JSP related. Seems like all HTML issues.
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