Any chance of the code?
adam beecher wrote:
>> Ok, so it's not backend - shoot me, I'm at my wits end...
>> I'm trying to put a form in a CSS box. I'll post the code if necessary, but I
> don't think it's required - basically, I can put anything in the box, but a soon
> as I put a form in there, the elements won't render on Win98 / Netscape 4.72, or
> some of them will render and some won't. When you scroll (I've it set up to
> appear and disappear.
>> I've searched for bugs, and I can't find anything appropriate. Anybody know if
> there's a workaround? Will I have to code two different pages / give up on using
> CSS for this page?
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