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    thefirstmacever
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    Can you see this?

    looky looky

    I can see it everywhere except IE on a mac. Why? Please, please, why?

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    Secret Agent
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    remove a little html

    I believe the flash plugin is pretty buggy with ie or vice-versa. But if you take this out:
    PHP Code:
    wmode="opaque" 
    then you should be good.
    Other than that, there are a few other html things you should know about.
    The size attributes in embed and object tags should only be numbers. iow, Not 860px, but 860.
    You should have a type for the script tag, as in
    PHP Code:
    type="text/javascript" 
    And lbnl, you forgot the doctype:
    PHP Code:
    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
            "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd"

    at the very very beginning of the document. (before &lt;html&gt
    Have fun and be merry,
    Allan

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    thefirstmacever
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    swwwweeeeeeet!!

    thanks, much mobetta

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    -_-
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    The window resize is kinda anoying..

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    I wouldnt panic over it anyway, there wont be ie for macs anymore either way. http://news.com.com/2100-1045_3-1017126.html

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    Senior Member ozmic66's Avatar
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    honestly, i don't know one mac user who would use ie over firefox, or any other browser really

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