Using the 1_21 build on Win 95, Win NT, Win 98 and Mac 8.5 (linux not tested): Open the above URL. Expected results: 1) the following event handler links should display in the chrome at top: 'GO Entertainment', 'GO Family', 'GO Money', 'GO News', 'GO Sports', 'GO Home' 2) the following event handler links should display inside the chrome box: 'About Go Network', 'Sign-in', 'Free E-mail'. 3) Search button should layout to the right of the Search text box Actual results: 1) only 'GO Entertainment', 'GO Family' links display. 2) About 'Go Network', 'Sign-in', 'Free E-mail' display outside the chrome box 3) Search button displays under the Search text box
Looks like a parser problem
Summary: [PP] http://disney.go.com/: chrome box at top does not lay out properly → http://disney.go.com/: chrome box at top does not lay out properly
This is not a platform parity bug. I'm removing that status from this report, but accepting the bug.
FWIW, the parser breaks on the mismatch of an opening <TH> with a closing </TD>. Look for this line (about line 98 in the content of Jan-25) : -------- document.writeln('<th nowrap><font FACE="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" SIZE="1" color="#000000">SEARCH </font></td>'); -------- (note: I've edited a little leading whitespace out from the original line). If you instead match the <th> with a </th> (or alternatively <td></td>) then the page (table) lays out correctly.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 20 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Not fixed on 1/25 build. Will check on next build.
verified with Jan.27 build
Looked at the 1/27 build on Win 95. The number 3) issue still exists. Paul, please take a look and see if that's true.
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