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  1. #1
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    Hello,

    I am having problems with links showing in a web browser. I have a table with .pdf files linked in the column at http://www.elkgrovecity.org/economic.../marketing.htm

    But they do not who up in the web browser. I see them in my editor (FrontPage) and another computer in Internet Explorer. I've tried linking, copy and pasting code, etc. Does anyone know why they won't show up?

    Thanks,
    MonaE

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    Mona I have been that site and I can see the .PDF extensions and I click on them and I get the usual pop up of save/open I can't see the problem here...

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    Funny....I can't see it on one of my computers, but can on another. My client (who needs to see it) cannot see the links either. The .pdf column is blank. When I view the script, it does not show the links. I'm at a lost....

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    Looks like it has to do with the file because I can make and see new links I make. Why would certain .pdf files work and not others? I tried re-saving .pdf and uploading. ??????

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    Try getting rid of the height you've got set on those rows, or maybe setting them to something bigger like 30 or 40.

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    No luck ( I tried increasing and getting rid of height.

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    That's too bad :-( More of a shot in the dark on my part, as I'm not seeing the issue. Can you figure out what's in common between the two computers? Are they using the same browser? IE5 or IE5.5, maybe?

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    Found it! Apparently when you name a .pdf file starting with the letter "a" it does not show up in some browsers. Once I renamed the file, all worked. Go figure.

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    Sounds like it's more likely that that was a FrontPage issue than a browser issue, but cool :-)


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