[thelist] Netscape 6 Ques already.

Adam Slesinger bread_man at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 14 13:38:15 CST 2000


I don't know what you're talking about at all because I'm not using frames 
in this website...  this must be the generated code for a temporary 
forwarding page, created by the domain name service that does the URL 
forwarding... Thank you very much for pointing this out.  This is surely the 
problem, now I need to figure out what to do about it...


>From: "Daniel J. Cody" <djc at five2one.org>
>Reply-To: thelist at lists.evolt.org
>To: thelist at lists.evolt.org
>Subject: Re: [thelist] Netscape 6 Ques already.
>Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2000 13:20:13 -0600
>Shoulda mentioned this in my first post, but the problem you're refering
>to Adam also happens in the text-browser Lynx... just wanted to
>re-affirm this isn't a Netscape 6 issue, but rather one of imprefect code.
>Daniel J. Cody wrote:
>>I'm no validation expert, but you're frameset is wrong. You're telling
>>it to look for 2 rows -and therefore 2 <frame>'s - but you're only
>>giving it one. So its seeing 2 of them, only getting 1, makes the
>>desicsion that your frameset isn't valid, and skips it.
>><frameset frameborder=0 framespacing=0 border=0 rows="100%,*" noresize>
>><frame name="NamesDirect"
>>src="http://www.thebadlans.net/hosted/breadweb/" noresize></frameset>
>><meta http-equiv=refresh content="0;
>>it then finds a meta-refresh(which shouldn't be outside the <head> tag
>>btw), which tells the browser to go to www.badlans.net/hosted/breadweb/
>>Lots of things wrong with the page(no <noframes>) tag either). Once
>>you fix them all, I'm sure it will work just fine in any browser -
>>including NS6.
>>As someone else mentioned, I'll bet we start getting a lot of these
>>kinds of issues now.. Not that its a bad thing, just that all of us
>>have gotten used to getting away with somewhat sloppy code.
>>>>From: "Adam Slesinger" <bread_man at hotmail.com>
>>>>   Perhaps somebody knows what's up with this:  I have a webserver
>>>>that is hosting my site called thebadlans.net.  This webserver will
>>>>also be hosting other sites.  The sites are created under subdirs
>>>>and then the domains of those sites are pointed to that.  For
>>>>example, another site of mine, breadweb.net is pointed to
>>>>thebadlans.net/hosted/breadweb/  Netscape 6 is mean and displays the
>>>>full path instead of just leaving it at breadweb.net
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