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NN6 Support for Adobe GoLive 5

In order to comply with the latest W3C standards, Netscape Navigator 6.x changed its Document Object Model (DOM). This results in display problems that might occur with DHTML animation, actions, rollovers, and URL pop-ups used on Golive pages. Adobe provides a special extension that enables you to make the GoLive code compatible with Netscape Navigator 6.x. This "Make NN6 Compatible" extension needs to be installed into an existing version of Adobe GoLive 5. The installation process requires several steps to be performed as described in this document. Once the "Make NN6 Compatible" extension has been installed successfully, the Special menu will include the Make NN6 Compatible command, which you can apply to either an entire site or selected documents.

File Information

Product GoLive
Version 5.0
Platform Macintosh
File Name NN6_Support.hqx
File Size 1.7MB
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System requirements

Adobe GoLive 5 (English language version) for Mac OS.

Installation Instructions

After downloading a ".hqx" file on a Macintosh, use StuffIt Deluxe or StuffIt Expander to access the file's contents. StuffIt Expander is available as a freeware product.

NOTE: Please ensure you have the latest version of StuffIt by Allume Systems, Inc.

Need help with downloading? See our Downloading Help documents.

1. Follow the ReadMe.pdf instructions.

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