If you click on the "here" link on the opening wire.ap.org page, you are presented with some headlines, an ad banner frame, and a set of tabs (which appear to be an imagemap if you look in the source) which are supposed to take you to the various sections of the wire -- but instead, in Mozilla M14, take you nowhere. =( They work in Netscape 4.7.
There's an error in the HTML at http://wire.ap.org/APnews/main.html?FRONTID=HOME Here's the fragment for the tabs image: <img height="33" width="216" src="/APpackages/WIREtabs/tabs2.gif" border="0" usemap="#wiretabs"><map name="wiretabs"><map name="wiretabs"><area href="/APnews/main.html?FRONTID=SCIENCE" target="main" coords="0,16,26,33" shape="rect"> ... the <map name="wiretabs"> tag appears twice, and there's only one </map> tag.
are you still seeing this with m15?
Duplicated on 2000042113 Linux build. The console outputs the following upon clicking on the "tabs": ->>>>>>>>>>>>>> Write Clipboard to memory I suggest marking as invalid as this is invalid HTML.
INVALIDating - I've mailed the webmaster. Gerv
massive update for QA contact.
been a while, but marking VERIFIED.
SPAM. HTML Element component is deprecated, changing to Layout component. See bug 88132 for details.
Come on Bugzilla, you can do it...