MAC, PHP, FRAMES, how can I get them to work?

  • stinger
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hello,

I have developed the site: http://www.room3art.com
All of the mac users in the art world cannot view it. The frames show up
with scrollbars and no content? Can anyone help? I am using the top frame as a navigation model. The lower frame loads dynamic php pages that scan and create content. NOTHING is viewed on a mac. Thank you for your help and feed back.
  • pimpmasta
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Post 3+ Months Ago

um.. as far as I know most of my webpages using frames work just fine. I used Dreamweaver instead of using php or anything like that. As far as I can see your site doesn't have much need for php other then if you're planning on adding some stuff.
  • rjmthezonenet
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I doubt this has anything specifically to do with Macintosh users. What type and version of web browser are they using?

I checked your HTML code and it appears fine, but it is hard to tell for certain. Add line returns to your PHP code--its far to hard to read an entire web page on two lines!
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Well, I solved the problem a long time ago. . . but just to resolve the issue. . .

I was using css style sheets in the frames, and it was causing big problems. As soon as I took out the style sheets, it worked fine

Thanks for the info.

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