last I checked, Mozilla handled stacked layers no prob
(ie: 2 or more layers on top of another)
and the Loading Layer function I used was fine by Mozilla.
Scroll Layers however were not and are not currently handled by Mozilla.
But, I did notice that K-meleon CAN handle scroll layers.
...Just not stacked layers or loading layers
I wouldn't have made this post if the browser behaved like Mozilla
It doesn't and that's why I think this is an issue to be addressed.
Tables are fine for text based sites, but for graphical based sites,
I use layers more than anything.
Fact is, K-meleon blows goats when it comes to layers.
And I'm contemplating adding some code to the scripts to create a
K-meleon and other weak browser based version of the site.
Here, once again for your review:
The pic of K-meleon muching up layers and screwing up the page:
Same page being rendered correctly by Netscape 4.72:
...And Mozilla doesn't handle Layers