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We have a web page that has a dark background and in IE, the black lettering is on dark background and you can't read it. In other browsers such as Chrome & Firefox, it displays correctly, the box that has the text is white and the lettering is black. My co-web-designer is telling me that Microsoft & Apple do not follow the rules and there is nothing you can do about it. I disagree there has to be a solution. The other day I edited one of the pages and it looked fine white box, black lettering, everything looked fine on my comptuer with all 3 browsers. i go back today and it has reverted back to the text box having the background of the entire web page and so is unreadable. I would like to know --- does IE truly not follow the rules? Is there no solution to this problem? If we change the background does that interfere with php programming? Thank you,Deb
Hi, I am designing a web application, and I have troubles when I update a view in aproximatetly the 50th time. I put the 3D object in the view using: new_view =new Viewer( 3D_Object, 250, 250, 5); document.getElementById(0).appendChild(new_view.gl.canvas); And when I want to update the view, because I manipulate this 3D object, I use: old_view = new_view;new_view =new Viewer( 3D_Object, 250, 250, 5); document.getElementById(0).removeChild(old_view.gl.canvas);document.getElementById(0).appendChild(new_view.gl.canvas); The updates work well in the firts 49 times aproximatetly, but in the time 50 the program hangs. In the firts times: When the code breaks in the 50th time: What is wrong? Tanks