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    Question Browser compatibility ?

    Can anyone help me test my email script in different browsers?
    I built it in IE5 and tested in IE 4 & 5 runs good but with all ads on my current browsers sytem it appears slow.

    I basically need to check some of the effects.Any help would be great.
    goto ? and please let thet graphics download.
    Thanks for any help!
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    I opened your site in Netscape 7 and the email link doesnt to anything. I opened it in IE6 to see what was suppose to happen and I got the "lunar 2" layer to slide out just fine. As I said though if Netscape 7 doesnt have the functionality to do what you want, there's no chance that earlier versions of Netscape will.
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    i thought it was nice and everything looked in order to me
    the slide out menu works ok!
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    Thanks for the help guys! The slider i got from another site one person told me they had to chase it down.

    I guess instead of the slide I could use a move to statement.

    I don't get the NETSCAPE 7 thing though the slider was supposed to be cross browser supported slide menu from 24 fun.com

    Thanks again for your help!
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    Originally posted by webmarkart
    As I said though if Netscape 7 doesnt have the functionality to do what you want, there's no chance that earlier versions of Netscape will.
    No. NS6+ is not backwards compatible with NS4. Which means scripts coded to proprietary NS4 features will not work in NS6+. While any scripts written to standards-compliant DOM will work in NS6+, and not NS4.

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    So basically what you all are saying is you can't please every browser? Right?
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    well, you could, but it would take a lot more time than it would be worth.
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    Thanx for all the help it was very useful!
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