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Incomplete display of web pages

By jj.vergier ·

Some of the machines I have to look after must work with a low resolution display ( 800 x 600 ) for a variety of purposes.
On these machines, some web pages are not completely displayed, and no scrolling bar is accessible, so some links are out of the screen and out of reach.
Is there a workaround for this ? It happens with Firefox 2 and IE6 and 7, under Win98SE, XP Home and XP Pro.

Thanks for your help !

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by cjbotes In reply to Incomplete display of web ...

I seem to have a similiar issue though not entirely. My users have problems displaying physically large pages. I have an internal web server with a custom timesheet system on. When running reports the results would display on a web page that displays perfectly fine in firefox, but just stops in IE7 on the same place on every machine. Is there some sort of buffer setting in IE7? I've adjusted the cache a few time but this makes no difference. It was working fine on 6!?

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by ThumbsUp2 In reply to Incomplete Display

If the HTML used to create the pages is not up to standard, pages will display "funny". All modern browsers attempt to figure out what the HTML is telling them to do. Some do a better job of interpretation than others. But, the problem all goes back to the code used to write the page being displayed.

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