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RJ Tarpley's Coffee Company Launches Range of Mozilla Coffees

Friday August 22nd, 2003

Ronald J. Tarpley writes: "RJ Tarpley's Coffee Company has dedicated a special selection of gourmet coffees to help benefit The Mozilla Foundation. Owner, Ron Tarpley is a self described 'Mozilla Geek' and heavy coffee drinker so the marriage between the two seemed natural. Mozilla users simply go to www.rjtarpleys.com/mozillacoffee.html and select a coffee. All of the 'Lizard Coffees' are 100% Arabica beans and are carefully micro-roasted in small batches. RJ Tarpley's will split half the profit on all orders directly to The Mozilla Foundation. Tarpley points out that if someone would like to choose another selection from his site that is not on the Mozilla page to simply put a note in the comments to support Mozilla and The Foundation will get the credit. 'I think this will be a great fundraiser for the foundation because I know that the folks who spend a lot of time on the computer drink a lot of coffee. Mitchell [Baker], Bart [Decrem] and the rest of the people runnning The Foundation will do a great job, so I hope this program will help them out.' Drink Up!"


#17 Re: Re: Web site render problem?

by JoePowell

Friday August 22nd, 2003 1:11 PM

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The site has a left-side panel with a brown background and text in white with links to other pages in the site. A panel to the right has black text on white background displaying the main text for the page.

On IE 6.0 this displays correctly, on my system Mozilla 1.4 does not display the left panel link text and the right panel text overlaps the brown background region. This makes for black text over brown background that is difficult to read and no access to the links.

Is the text in the left panel made up of images? I wonder if I have somehow blocked the image(s) from downloading, leading to the incorrect display. Images in the right panel (like the logo at the top) are OK, though.

It is certainly possible I have some custom setting that causes this problem, though I can't think of what it would be. I almost never see mis-rendered pages when browsing which is why this is notable for me.

BTW The IE version I used to verify should be 6.0.2800.1106, not 6.5.