Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Can you read my webpage?


As some of you will know, I have a website, Kairos Spiritual Formation which I have been slowly and painstakingly building up for the last 3 years. I hope to develop it into a ministry resource centre for teaching, training and research into Christian spiritual formation. I update weekly or sometimes more frequently using Microsoft FrontPage 2003.

Recently I discovered to my horror that only those using the Microsoft browser Internet Explorer was able to read what I have posted on the website. Other browser like Firefox have problem showing the whole webpage. Listening to some online forum it was alluded to that the html writer program, FrontPage "purposely" write some code into the page so that only Internet Explorer browser users can read the webpages. I do not know how far this is true.

Do other website owners have this problem with different browsers?

Can anyone help me to make my website, Kairos Spiritual Formation readable to all browsers?

Help?

8 comments:

  1. I have been using firefox for the last 3 months. I have no problem with reading the website.

    But I do remember needing to download a plug in (in the past) before I could view some websites

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  2. me too, i can read it with IE7 and Google Chrome (although the latter tends to give me problems with other IE-readable sites!).

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  3. Hi Paul,

    You can read my website using Firefox? That's a relief. I must need some plug-in for mine then.

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  4. Alwyn,

    Do you use Firefox? How do you find Google Chrome?

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  5. The home page was okay but the About Me (http://www.kairos2.com/about_me.mht) page only displayed html code.

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  6. I use Mozilla Firefox and its okay!

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  7. hi blogpastor,

    Thanks for the feedback

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