You can state IE6 is the mess, but people don't see a problem when IE6 opens to Google, now do they? But when it lands at QB64, it unfortunately makes it look like a tornado hit the home page. Hey, maybe an F5 tornado, nope, refresh didn't help, oh well.
I long since got rid of Front Page, or I'd have a crack at it. What I suspect is that a completely different centering approach is needed to work with all browsers. All I remember is padding has problems in IE6 compared to FF and Opera. The only other idea I see is to turn those spokes into part of a really large single background image and overly the other images.
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|*FF up to version 22.214.171.124. I don't think higher versions work on 98se.||on Jan 11|
|* With FireFox you get what you paid for LITERALLY :-D||Clippy on Jan 11|
|*k-meleon should work in 98se||on Jan 11|
|*Wow, the plot thickens -- good luck, you guys!||on Jan 11|
|*||on Jan 11|
|*Yeah, sorry about that, Michael.||on Jan 11|
|Might I point out...||on Jan 12|
|* Sorry, QB64 doesn't use pointers. You can use a statemnet though! :)||on Jan 14|