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Quick question: How to upload .aspx file into my iPage web hosting server? Thanks in advance for any answer or 2. Another quick question... Well people has been complaining on how my iPage site looks in netscape..

And I don't have netscape to see the problem. Neither can I download it (because it takes over 9 hours.).

Could you tell me what is wrong and how to fix it?.

This would be a great help...

Comments (11)

Good question... I dunno what is the answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I discover an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably know..

Comment #1

Well my ISP sucks REALLY BAD..

I get disconnected ever 2 hours. I have a program to continue downloads after they stoped. Then it takes like 10 min to get conected again. So yea it takes about that long...

Comment #2

I didn't go look in Netscape tonight cause I've got like a bazillion things running currently and I'd rather not have my system suddenly decide to say "f*** You!!" and crash.. LOL. However, regarding the Netscape download problem... I ran into it too... it's really a PIA unless you've got DSL or something. My solution was to spend the money and order the CD of it.

Cause god forbid you have to...<shudder, cringe> reformat your drive... it's way easier to re-install it from the disk, rather then re-downloading the mother again..

Just my passing thought is all...

Comment #3

Yea. I want to order the cd but my dad don't let me use his credit card online...

Comment #4

I don't know about other versions of Netscape, but your saite looks fine in Netscape 6..

Comment #5

Ok..

The other versions is what I am worrying about...

Comment #6

It's all out of alignment in Netscape 4.7. I'm not exactly sure why. It's always possible that there's an unclosed table or td tag that's a problem but I haven't found one as yet. One thing that might be a problem - not sure - is that form fields are larger in Netscape. They might be pushing things out of whack...

Comment #7

Yea. I never did like netscape because most sites look really bad with it...

Comment #8

Some people don't like IE just because it's a microsoft product. Also a lot of linux users will use Netscape instead..

Finally a lot of times that the pages look bad in Netscape..... it's the code, not the browser...

Comment #9

They look fine in IE!!! But netscape messes them up...

Comment #10

Well, ive found the main problem is tables, in IE they work fine code is right and everything. Then we go to Netscape, and everythings resized, somethings dont work, alignment is wrong..

In Linux I use Netscape...

Comment #11

Dr. Web probably means that sometimes pages with errors display fine in IE but Netscape is less forgiving, so if there are errors in your code that can be the problem. There are other differences, too, though. Form fields, table borders and table backgrounds are all much more designer-friendly in IE and to some extent in NN6, than in NN4...

Comment #12


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.