Since Web browsers can automatically forgive coding errors and display things the way 'intended', I'm not sure if this is may be a case of my own ignorance ...
A web site I manage uses float: right; in a cascading style sheet to keep navigation elements on the right:
but the navigation elements occupy the full screen space on my Palm.
I've added some anchor links in the middle of some <PRE> </PRE> tags. I don't know if this is 'legal', but browsers don't seem to mind whereas iSilo does and ignores the <PRE> tag. Is this tag not supported? (I know it's probably deprecated, but old habits die hard.) Note how sections without links display normally.
This site uses a MAP link in the upper left to return 'home'. Loading the site on my Palm works fine using the files on my hard drive, but loaded online (both from IXL file and using Clipper) results in an unresolved link. Note that the home page is normally
is there for handling http://www.thensc.org/
I tried using both home pages but neither gets a good map link.