That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I bump into an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could help you..
Thanks for the vote on confidence! I work for this client hourly. The more work they do the less it costs them. That's the image they uploaded to the server. If they're happy with it, I'm happy with it. Got it? Help would be nicer then petty criticism. Is that all you're good for? This forum is here to help people not criticize their work..
I'm using AOL 9.0 and it looks the same in there as it does in IE, Netscape, and Mozilla..
Tell them to upgrade their AOL..
I know you're not looking for too many comments, but you might tell them their pages load slow because their thumbnails are the same file size as the larger pictures. If they re-size the thumbnails, it'll load a lot faster (if they care). I know you didn't do it, it's a client, and I don't mean it as a cut at anyone..
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Thanks a lot. It's nice to know that it will work in the updated browser. I'll ask her to install it and we'll see if that fixes the problem for her. I should add the smaller sized images for them. It would load faster. Thank you for your constructive comments.
Steve, you've said something that rings a bell..
I'm bumbling my way through my first-ever installation of OSCommerce. The client is a company that creates castings in silver, bronze, and pewter of antique jewelrypendants, charms, rosary parts, and the like. They range in size from about .5" to about 3". I have good, sharp images of the pieces that can be re-sized and correctly optimized for the Web..
I'd like to set up the image display so that the catalog thumbnail would, indeed, be a thumbnail while "click to enlarge" would provide the viewer with an approximation of the actual size of each piece..
It has appeared to me that the shopping cart product configuration provides for only one image, and that's then re-sized (and skewed) for the various smaller and larger images..
It would be wonderful to be able to control this better by uploading both thumbnails and actual-sized images correctly optimized..
If you could point me in the right direction, I'd be very appreciative..
I have a client who uses AOL and the pesky little browser. Apparently an image that loads perfectly in Netscape and IE does not load properly in her AOL broswer. What may be causing this problem?.
The offending image is the header graphic on.
Anyone with an AOL Broswer who could verify the problem and possibly point me to a solution would win some gratitude from me. Any thoughts? Has anyone else had problems with compatibility issues with browsers other than IE, Netscape, and/or Mozilla? Thanks a lot..
You charge for this work and you use images like this on the front page?.