Build 2001-06-05-11: WinMe Build 2001-06-05-11: Mac 9.04 Haven't tried linux yet. Overview: After going to sfgate.com and looking for shows in the city, the result is an empty page. Steps to reproduce: 1. Go to sfgate.com 2. Select the "Entertainment" link to the right 3. Select the "Theater, Opera, Dance" link in the grey box titled 'Search Listings' Actual Results: a. The links on this page display a blank page. Try clicking on: - Critics' Theater Favorites - Performances in SF Today b. Select a criteria to search on. For instance for the "What" select 'All Theaters' for the "Where" select 'San Francisco', then select the Go button. It results in a blank page.
On linux trunk 2001060508 I see the results, but you have to scroll down to see them. I narrowed it down to this line in the html: <TD WIDTH="110" ALIGN="LEFT" NOWRAP /> If you take out the /, it shows up next to the left sidebar like you'd expect. This is a bug in their html, not in mozilla. Here's the short form: <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/loose.dtd"> <html> <head><title>Performance Search</title></head> <table> <TR><TD/> <TABLE> <TR><TD>Left menu</TD></TR> </TABLE> </TD><td>Performance info.</TD></TR> </TABLE> </BODY> </HTML>
Mass move of form submission bugs, Eric, I am sorry I don't have more time to look at these closer.
Based on my previous comments, this should be ->Evangelism, as it's broken html.
contacted via http://www.sfgate.com/select.feedback.html 7/2/01
I sent a note explaining their incorrect use of the XML Empty Element syntax and received a reply that they only support NN4.7 and IE5.0 on Windows and Macintosh. Marking WONTFIX
*** Bug 89862 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I just ran into the same problem in bug 89862. Since it seems that NN4, Opera, and IE will all display this page, it would be better for Mozilla to swallow its pride and display the page as well. It does not seem reasonable that a web author would invest the time or energy to fix (or correctly write) pages with this error when it is only one browser with a statistcally insignificant user base that cannot display the page. It seems the choice is that either Mozilla can be a stickler for standards or it can be a browser that is actually useful.
All Evangelism Bugs are now in the Product Tech Evangelism. See bug 86997 for details.
*** Bug 96107 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Adding URL Verifying per instructions at http://mozilla-evangelism.bclary.com/evangelism.html.