The blog manager is back,
I need help testing this frame page
it loads fine with firefox and IE7 but it won't load in netscape 7 or netscape 8.
Tuesday, 2 January 2007 - 9:13 PM ESTName: cw
I checked in 4 different mac browsers. The page looks the same here in NS7.2, IE5.2, Firefox2.0 and Safari 1.3. All frames display in whatever browser i view in and counter increments. Try clearing cache and reloading in NS7/8.
If you need more testing just holler.
Wednesday, 3 January 2007 - 12:33 AM ESTName: mamaG
I agree with cw it all looks good here in all browsers, dalleh.
I just wish i could get my tripod blogs to load in IE browsers! I have the tripod club set as my homepage in FF browser on on both my computers....just so I can get there with a click...
was hopping the blackout would have corrected that, too....lol I figured the gremlin would get tired and go away cause it's right there in the middle of my isp connection - tripod blog server and IE......and it happened so quickly. I tried everything I could think of, it has to be in my router someplace lol
Wednesday, 3 January 2007 - 9:47 PM ESTName: dalleh
thanks cw and MG, i lost netscape 7.2, it started shut down on me with no reason, i tride to reinstall it and that was it, it will not re-instal again so i reinstalled 7.0 to get to my e-mail. netscape 8 is just a browser no e-mail in it. i have ie 7 but i hate it.
netscape 7.0 doesn't work in tripod club.
Wednesday, 3 January 2007 - 10:21 PM ESTName: cw
Download firefox2. it's the same or better than netscape and I've been a long time netscape user until they hijacked my search engine preferences and made Netscape the unchangeable default search engine.
FF is very configurable (via about:config.) You can configure just about anything. I can send you a link to all the config options and how to set them. There are plenty of extensions including a spellchecker that works for all form input including blog posts like this one and tripod's. There's a great ad blocker that not only destroys *all* popups but also removes banner ads like those at free accounts. That improves download time a lot for people like me on modem and removes a major annoyance of surfing.
I also like the many theme options that allow me to customize my browser for holidays, etc.
Open source. Can't beat it.
Wednesday, 3 January 2007 - 10:22 PM ESTName: cw
For mail use the Firefox companion Thunderbird. Just like the Netscape you're used to. When i switched, all migrated for me from netscape to thunderbird in seconds with no problems.