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    Hi all,
    we had an excellent and very successful adventure travelling to Turkey
    to observe the eclipse. Although we didn't set out to image it, one
    click of one of our cameras got a passable image which, after cropping
    and processing, can be viewed here:

    http://www.geocities.com/evmurph/

    Regards

    - Mike

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    On Thu, 06 Apr 2006 18:52:06 +0100, Mike Murphy <evmurph.zetnet@co@uk>
    wrote:


    Looks like Saturn ;-)

    Have you put the photo up Mike?
    --
    Pete
    http://www.digitalsky.org.uk

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    Pete Lawrence wrote:

    Weird! When I view with IE there is no eclipse pic, but when viewed with
    Firefox it's ok.



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    On Fri, 7 Apr 2006 11:54:15 +0100, "Grumps" <grummps@hotmail.com>
    wrote:


    That is very weird - I can't see it in IE either!!

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    Pete
    http://www.digitalsky.org.uk

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    Wasn't it Pete Lawrence who wrote:

    The source code is different when I use "View Source" in IE and Firefox.

    In IE the ">" is missing from the "<p" on the previous line, so the
    "<img ... >" is considered to be inside the <p> tag. That would prevent
    the image from being displayed.

    There are several missing ">"s in the source code. A quick experiment
    shows that Firefox manages to spot situations where the ">" is omitted,
    and automatically inserts them into the source code.

    IE isn't that smart and treats "<p <img ... >" as a single <p> tag with
    an attribute that it doesn't recognise.

    --
    Mike Williams
    Gentleman of Leisure

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    On Fri, 07 Apr 2006 12:07:03 +0100, Pete Lawrence
    <pete.lawrence@nospam.co.uk> wrote:


    Sorry chaps, the code is changed now so that the page displays
    correctly in internet exploder as well as Firefox and Netscape.

    - Mike

    http://www.geocities.com/evmurph/


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    On Fri, 07 Apr 2006 13:50:14 +0100, Mike Murphy <evmurph.zetnet@co@uk>
    wrote:


    That's astronishing for a hand-held shot - well done Jane!
    --
    Pete
    http://www.digitalsky.org.uk

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    JRS: In article <49muqqFokmckU1@individual.net>, dated Fri, 7 Apr 2006
    11:54:15 remote, seen in news:uk.sci.astronomy, Grumps
    <grummps@hotmail.com> posted :

    Pages should be tested, preferably by the author before/after upload,
    with one of the free testers/validators.

    I use W3's TIDY, running on my PC, and also the service at
    http://validator.w3.org/ .

    <URL:http://www.merlyn.demon.co.uk/www-use0.htm> ...

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    No Encoding. Quotes before replies. Snip well. Write clearly. Don't Mail News.

 

 

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