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    Question Web page moved from a Windows based server to a Linux based one, now problems..

    Hi, since I moved over my web site from a windows based server to a Linux based server I've been experiencing some issues. Seems like a certain iframe (html) command does not work properly. The writing that's supposed to appear in a certain frame first shows up somewhere else for a split second then re-appears within its appropriate place (in the iframe).Can you please let me know what's going on?

    Thx

    Note: Here's the site in question, please notice the writing when choosing a category on the left, the itme's description will show up at the upper right part of the page, then re-appear in the iframe.

    www.global-uniforms.com

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    I'm not seeing what you mean.
    Is it firefox compatible?
    The only thing that is different from windows to linux is usually ASP support, which is a server side coding language, like PHP. PHP also has some limited functionality on windows, so might have more features on linux, but that wouldn't cause problems.
    asp.net is, I believe, something like javascript (or some version of .net or asp or something), so perhaps you were using this and now the server doesn't support it?
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    djr33: ASP.NET is also server-side.
    Lattman: You shouldn't be experiencing problems with client-side scripts. If you are, it has nothing to do with the server (probably). Perhaps you could show us a demo page?
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    (or some version of .net or asp or something)
    Yeah... I didn't think that was right, but there is something that might be what you mean.

    What I meant was what Twey said... client side scripting isn't affected by the server (hence why I was talking about server-side scripting).

    It does sound like a client side problem.

    Twey-- The site is in his post, at the bottom, but I don't see anything wrong. Same for you?
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    It's working just fine with firefox, it's with iexplorer that I get the re-print...

    Say you click on Towels as soon as you enter my site (with ie), the first time around you will see the face cloth's pricing appear right on top of the Bath Towel, when you refresh the page or go to another category and come back the problem will no longer occur.

    I've noticed the problem on many different pc's, I just couldn't figure out what might be wrong..

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