Re: Mozilla does not paint a particular image correctly.
Michael Newton <mikenWITHOUTSPAM <at> online.com.ua>
2003-05-11 00:34:18 GMT
I'm not seeing a problem, tried it in the latest nightly of Firebird, and in IE
6, both looked the same, apart from some insignifigant border/padding issues.
This is undoubtedly one of the worst cases of HTML authoring I've ever seen
though. validator.w3.org returned 114 errors, and I won't even get into the
triple-nested tables! Before expecting Mozilla to display a page properly, try
to get the site authors to correct HTML errors. It can be hard sometimes, but
worth a try.
Pawan Joshi wrote:
> I was going through a secure web site https://www.storenet.jiffylube.com
> and made the following observation:
> The image at the head of the web page was not painted correctly. After
> comparing it with IE output, it seems the top of the image is missing.
> Moreover, the header of the web page has few tab (like News, Marketing,
> Store operation, Employee database). With IE, the Welcome message is
> quite clear whereas with Mozilla, Welcome message overlaps theses Tabs.
> With IE, these tabs expands automatically (pull-down menu) when mouse is
> moved over them. With Mozilla, nothing happens when we move mouse over
> these tabs.
> I observed the same problem with Mozilla 1.2.1, Mozilla 1.3.1, Mozilla
> 1.4b, Netscape4.7 and Netscape 6.2. Only IE (I tried IE6.0) paints the
> page correctly.