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Old November 3rd, 2006, 01:07 PM
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Red face Problems with Firefox

Hey guys, I really hope someone can help me out. I am very new to web design, but have always enjoyed learning new computer skills, espcially in graphic design. I have developed a website for our church, and unfornutately spent several hours designing a site using Ultra-Edit and viewing the progress in IE. I used CSS and found out only after posting it that it looks like a total mess in Firefox. I figure if I can get the index page straightened out, I can then apply changes to all the other pages and they will work by apllying the same changes to them that I do to the index page. The site is (URL address blocked: See forum rules) Thanks for any help!

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Looks like the new forum rules have blocked your address.
Would you be able to paste the code into the forum?

Please don't forget to wrap the code in [code][/code] tags.

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the problem isn't ff but ie, ie encourages you to use sloppy code, and while it will show up fine on ie, it won't for ff or opera.

they are standard compliance browsers, so i'd advise you to do your testing strictly on those two browsers and use ie last on the testing list.
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there is a big differnece between FF and IE, belive me i was taught the laid back way!!!

for example...

IE: window.document.all.layerid;
FF: window.document.getElementById('layerid');

i dont like IE much anymore...

if you have a question about converting "IE code" to "acceptable code" please post it...

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there is a big differnece between FF and IE, belive me i was taught the laid back way!!!

for example...

IE: window.document.all.layerid;
FF: window.document.getElementById('layerid');

i dont like IE much anymore...

if you have a question about converting "IE code" to "acceptable code" please post it...

colton22

firefox 3.0.1 no longer recognizes window.document.all

Consequently how should I rewrite the following:


var elements = window.document.all;
for(var i=0; i<elements.length;i++){

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firefox 3.0.1 no longer recognizes window.document.all

Consequently how should I rewrite the following:


var elements = window.document.all;
for(var i=0; i<elements.length;i++){


I already found the solution:

I have replaced

var elements = window.document.all;

with

var elements = document.getElementsByTagName("*");

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What?????????????????????

Why don't you try.. Google.. Browser

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