I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I got an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..
Hmmmmmm. Wonder why. What browsert are you using? Did you just load it, without refreshing? Well, I guess it WOULD be nice if it was something funny on my local machine....
Oh, PS: All the appropriate osCommerce copyright stuff will be on the final, not to worry, still a work in progress....
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: 26 April 2004, 03:34..
Nope, still doing it, can someone have a look?..
I see what you are talking about. Check your tags. In a brief review of your source code some tags are not being closed. This can cause problems like this...
I've looked over the code, all my tegs are good. Is there anything in the php code that would do this? All I did was add:.
<table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="100%">.
<td width="26" background="./images/custom_images/left_frame.gif">.
<img border="0" src="./images/custom_images/left_frame.gif" width="26" height="10"></td>.
<td align="center" width="100%">.
Right after the <! header_eof //> and right before the <! body //>, and....
<td align="right" width="26" background="./images/custom_images/right_frame.gif">.
<img border="0" src="./images/custom_images/right_frame.gif" width="26" height="10">.
Right after the <! body_eof //> and right before the <! footer //>.
All it does is box in the main body table inside another table that has the side graphics for the frame I put around it.....
I would like to have a look at your page.
But it is not possible... (user? password?).
I might have a similar problem like you.....
It really looks like the same problem..
Have a look here:.
I'm having problems with a test install located at:.
The tables are not being built correctly. But when you refresh the page, it looks fine..
I just checked your link and it loaded fine for me. Looks great!..