Re: Strange errors on a page with IE 6
"BootNic" <bootnic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
You are welcome, and a Thank you is sufficient :-)
My email is a valid email providing you know what makes it bounce.
Spam is so popular I would rather not have my newsgroup email posted
about the web. Every once in a while I get an email that is not spam.
As you wish. For the record, I saw how much time you spent on this (it's
recorded on my webstats, where you are testing the page on your server - but
will eventually be flushed out as time passes). This problem has been plaguing
me since at least 2000.
My website contains oodles of technical info. The best satisfaction for me is
to occasionally see someone who is equally willing to offer free help and
My best regards to you and may the daemon of confusion not bother you for 30
BootNic Thursday, March 22, 2007 10:24 PM
I.N. Galidakis --- http://ioannis.virtualcomposer2000.com/
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