On 28 Sep 2011 as I do recall,
John Harrison wrote:
> What makes the content of this web page http://nuclearinfo.org/view/item/a2156
> (which is allegedly W3C checked, and doesn't seem to have any serious
> syntax errors reported when you test it there) invisible on NetSurf when
> you view the page on their servers, but visible if you save the HTML and
> double-click on it locally?
When I view it in their server I get what you describe (white area
surrounded by stuff that looks normal).
But if I save it and then the whole layout goes to pot, with a lot more
white space. The missing content does render, but several window-depths
down the page.
Oh yes - you get the Lynx-style display, but with actual usable content.
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