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Old March 27th, 2010, 12:46 PM
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Fireworks Appearance

Hello everyone.

I'm new to working with Fireworks and building websites. I have a website I started in Fireworks CS3.

I'm hosting a mock up website and everything looked fine when I uploaded and tested the site with my desktop and laptop (using browsers for AOL 9.0, Firefox, Safari and IE 7).

Then I viewed the site on a computer using Internet Explorer 6. The background or frame of the surrounding page is blue (it should be transparent).

Has anyone ever experienced this before, with a everything appearing correct in one browser, but different in another?

Any suggestions?

Thanks.

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Fireworks provides in depth support for mercantilism files in Photoshop (PSD) format. A Fireworks image exported into Photoshop maintains constant editability once reopened in Fireworks as alternative Photoshop graphics. Photoshop users will work with their graphic in Fireworks so continue piece of writing in Photoshop.

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Solution 1: Add this (the HTML5 doctype) as the very first line:
<!DOCTYPE html>
and it should look better.
Although, changing the Document Mode manually (using Developer Tools; hit F12), it still doesn't look right. There are evidently other problems with the page.

Solution 2:
The most pertinent problem (after escaping Quirks Mode) is this:
<body style="margin: 0; padding; 0;background-color: 357ebd;">
Internet Explorer is not showing any background colour because you forgot the # before the colour. (And you have padding; 0, with a ; instead of
This will work:
<body style="margin: 0; padding: 0; background-color: #357ebd">
But you shouldn't be using inline styles in the first place..

This would be better:
<body>
with CSS in your stylesheet:

body{
margin: 0;
padding: 0;
background-color: #357ebd
}

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