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Our school's website does not completely display in Firefox-hopewellmustangs.net. It shows the banner and our rotating pictures and the information on the side.
When our webpage (hopewellmustangs.net) is displayed, we only get the banner, rotating pictures, and the information on the side. But the content that is under the rotating pictures does not display. I thought the problem was either the rotating pictures or that information was not entered in the content area 1 (above the rotating pictures). I tried adding information above the pictures - that didn't work and I tried removing the pictures - that didn't work either. When I'm editing the website, I use IE. If I try to use Firefox, the page is still blank.
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That is a problem with an excessive amount of nested <span> tags.
You can see that if you inspect the page source and scroll down to the part with that text.
- Firefox > Web Developer > Page Source
- Tools > Web Developer > Page Source (Ctrl+U)
- Right-click on a web page to open the context menu and select View Page Source
Firefox doesn't work well and stops processing those tags and doesn't display the text because of that. You will have to edit the page code and cleanup the extra <span> tags