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Problems viewing in Firefox and Chrome

Problems viewing in Firefox and Chrome

Problems viewing in Firefox and Chrome


I created a website using frontpage 2003.  A theme was applied.  The website works perfectly in IE, but not in Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.

I know that neither of these web browsers existed at the time the program was made.

The pages appear correctly with the theme applied and the tables as specified.

The problem is with the font.  When the pages are loaded in Firefox or Chrome, the text font color is not black and is not visible until highlighted with the cursor.

What can I do so that the font is visible the these two browsers?


RE: Problems viewing in Firefox and Chrome

Try specifying the font using css.

RE: Problems viewing in Firefox and Chrome


The issue was that the font color had a transparent color setting in the CSS file.  As soon as I changed Transparent to #000 it appears correctly in other browsers.

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