If you go to http://snow.prohosting.com/tucsonte in both Mozilla and IE, you will notice that there is a banner in IE that is viewable, but in Mozilla, it is not. Steps to Reproduce: 1. Launch browser 2. Navigate to http://snow.prohosting.com/tucsonte Actual results: The bottom banner at the top of the page is there. But the top is not. Expected results: I would expect that both banners load. Note: The URL for the banner that does not load is http://probe.prohosting.com/show/PBE0000003/99 Which I am sure is the problem, but I would expect that if IE can view this page that Mozilla would be able to as well.
<IFRAME SRC="http://probe.prohosting.com/showframe/PBE00000002/1" ...> The frame URL above fails in Mozilla, Netscape 4.7 and Opera 6.0, but works in IE6 Seems like a server side problem to me.
Severity: normal → minor
Component: Browser-General → HTMLFrames
Save the image and look at it. It's actually an html file that references an image. This is the reason why IE has so many security wholes, it tries to find content everywehere.
-> default Owner
Assignee: Matti → jkeiser
QA Contact: imajes-qa → amar
The image URL http://probe.prohosting.com/showframe/PBE0000003/99 is served with MIME type "image/gif" but it's actually HTML. Resolving as INVALID since the URL doesn't seem to be an active site anymore - please reopen and reassign to Tech Evangelism if it is. Thanks to Vadim for finding what the problem was.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
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