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    Here is a tough one.

    Most of my pages are generated through PHP.

    If you view the source in IE, everything looks fine.

    However if you view the source with Netscape (4.x, 6.x, etc.) any tag that has "STYLE" in it gets duplicated and in some cases actually misspelled as "TTYLE"

    View the source with both and you'll see what I mean.

    My Site

    Any ideas?

  • #2
    wow..

    Do you check for browser type anywhere in your PHP code?
    This must be happening server side, that's why I ask.

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    • #3
      Is the addition of the extra tag adversely affecting your web page in any way? I haven't found a clear explanation of why Netscape 4.x sticks that extra tag in there with the "style" attribute misspelled as "ttyle." It may have to do with using inline styles in combination with JavaScript, using inline styles with certain tags such as FONT, or maybe it's just a bug with Netscape's source viewer. Try using classes instead of inline styles and see if that solves your problem. Oh, by the way, this has nothing to do with PHP and should probably be moved to HTML Questions.
      Last edited by OneChance; Sun 10 Jun '01, 1:31am.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by OneChance
        Oh, by the way, this has nothing to do with PHP and should probably be moved to HTML Questions.
        How can you say that? Have you ever seen this happen before?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Max Albert
          How can you say that? Have you ever seen this happen before?
          Yeah, I've seen it several times over the past few years. And not one time was I using PHP.

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          • #6
            Really now!?!

            Well, that's just one more reason for me to hate Netscape

            [BTW, I'm a servers side freak... I hate playing ball in these browser compatability games. Blah!]

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            • #7
              Don't you mean "Nutscrape" ?

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              • #8
                Czaries, nice sig...
                "To err is human. To totally screw up, you need a computer."
                But I'm not sure its totally accurate. I think to totally screw up, you need to be running windows on that computer.

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                • #9
                  Yep...

                  Hehe... thanks.

                  I thought of it a while ago - and yes, you're right.
                  You would almost definately need to be running WinBlows

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