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  1. #1
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    Hello
    I have a website: http://yourwebgate.com
    It was created using "microsoft office publisher 2007".
    It displays adequatly on "windows microsoft explorer", but on chrome- the hot-spots created for links are displayed with marks inside of each link area (please check the site on chrome to see it).

    How can I solve this problem?

    Thanks in asvance for your answers.

    Best regards

    Lior P.

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  3. #2
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    It looks like some of your images haven't been properly uploaded. Not sure why it's working in IE, though.

    The real solution to your problem is not to use Publisher, honestly. Microsoft products generally have a notorious reputation for putting out the ugliest HTML you can imagine, and it looks like Publisher 2007 carries on this venerable trend.

    EDIT: Just realized I didn't offer any real alternative. The only particularly good alternative is to (a) consider whether there is a real need for what you are building, and (b) learn to write HTML/CSS yourself. At the very least, look into some of the more expensive but better tools for WYSIWYG site creation.


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