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I am currently working on a website for my company however everytime I open up the site in IE I get the following message:
Internet Explorer cannot open the internet site…
I googled the message and it said that it is a java problem the only thing is that I tryed just about everything that I can think of and cannot find the problem.
Can someone please tell me what is wrong. I have spent hours trying to figure this out and need help.
The ip address to the site is
I hope that this is viewable being that I am running out of ideas
thanks for all your help.
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it loads fine for me in IE6, IE7, FF & Opera…
My boyfriend helped me with it last night and we got it to work. Thanks for checking it out though
ahh cool :D though it was looking fine…
have you noticed that if you move your cursor off "Home" then the area to its right is no longer a link.
I believe I saw that you could add "display: block: to the "a" tag to get around this, then clicking
anywhere in the link box will take you to that link.
another thing, your CSS code should be put into a linked file outside the page’s html code. this would
eliminate a lot of duplicate code in the html files.
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