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"oreder.template page"
Posted by Patrick on May-09-00 at 10:59 AM (EST)
Hello,
I build my pages using Adobe Pagemill. Eveything looks OK there. But, when I look at the page in either Netscape 4.72 or IE 5.0 it gets all squashed in the areas where the customer would input his/her name address, credit card info, etc. This is a bad thing right? Any Clues, Ideas, or help would be appreciated...

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RE: oreder.template page, Bill Weiner, May-09-00, (1)

 

 
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Posted by Bill Weiner on May-09-00 at 01:18 PM (EST)
It sounds like there is a slight different in the way Adobe Pagemill and Netscape/IE display the applet and/or fields in the applet. Try increasing the "HEIGHT" of your applet to give it a little extra breathing room. For example, try changing your order applet's HEIGHT

From:

HEIGHT="680"

To something like:

HEIGHT="720"

And see if that helps put a little more separation between the fields on the form.

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