Using Frontpage, I had created a web page. It had too complex a table format, so it crashed in Netscape. I simplified the tables a lot, even eliminating things and adding in horizontal lines and text where some graphics within graphics had once been.
When I view the page in Netscape now, it does not crash, but if you change the browser size at all, the page tries to reload and then just shows a blank browser. Big boss says this is another table issue. Is it?
My main problem is that there are certain features that I cannot get rid of, such as a small search box within a column of “charts”. To clarify a little bit, I included a description of the table structure below. (I am afraid I am not authorized to release this url to anyone sorry.)
The whole table is at 100% width and height; There is a full height column with no inner cells on the left. It includes one graphic and a background. In the right column, there are three rows.
Within the first row, there is 1/ graphic, 2/component, 3/component, 4/spacer–(cell width at 80%).
Within the second row, there are two columns: 1/ text only, 2/ another table–this table has 7 rows of alternating graphic and text (each very small), the last row has a search function in it.–
Within the third row, there is a horizontal line and below it a component.
I have attempted to reformat the tables and they never end up exactly as before. They break up the images and text improperly or whatnot. Any guidence you can give would be appreciated!