Re: problem in firefox view

Big Smilehi

i was built my portal with dnn

i use ajax in all site bevavior

thee problem is when i open the porta with firefox i must refresh the portal to correct the view evry time i fire an action.

the items in the portal dont appear correctly it appear under the portal's determinates.

but in internet explorer it work corrictly.

please reply me

thank you 

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Roshdy
2/26/2008 1:17:21 PM
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2/29/2008 6:05:09 PM
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