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Q1: I want to design my Web pages with floating boxes, but my Web server statistics show me that many of my visitors are still using version 3.0 Web browsers. What should I do?
A1: The last thing you want to do is chase away visitors, so we recommend two possible solutions. The first solution is to include a note on your home page that encourages your visitors to upgrade their browsers and includes hyperlinks to http://www.netscape.com and http://www.microsoft.com. The second idea is to convert your floating boxes to layout grids by using GoLive's Floating Boxes palette. This will give you two versions of the same Web site, but also require more maintenance.
Q2:I moved the yellow square placeholder, but the floating box did not move. What's wrong?
A2: The yellow square indicates the insertion point of your floating box code, but your floating box can be positioned anywhere on your page. If you want to move a floating box, grab its perimeter or edit the Left and Top values in the Floating Box Inspector.
Q3:Why do my floating boxes look so different in the Microsoft and Netscape Web browsers?
A3: Although a version 4.0 or newer Web browser is the minimum requirement for floating boxes to work properly, there are still astonishing differences in how the two main browsers render floating boxes. One of the most commonly seen differences is that Netscape browsers prior to 6 had a difficult time properly displaying a background color or background image attributed to a floating box.


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