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From Karel Kubat <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Same htlml looks different when coming from 2 different apache2 servers
Date Mon, 16 Feb 2009 11:46:56 GMT
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Hi John,

On Feb 16, 2009, at 12:38 PM, wrote:

> A simple html page looks different when coming from 2 different  
> apache2
> servers. The servers
> are copies and should have identical configurations (I have checked  
> and
> this does
> indeed seem to be the case).  The difference is that from one server  
> the
> output is
> larger than when coming from the second server.
> What is more odd is that this only occurs with a firefox browser -  
> if I
> uses IE the html page
> is identical from both servers.

You might want to try a comparison of what the 2 servers actually spit  
out. Get access to the command line, and try
	wget -SO- http://oneserver/page.html
	wget -SO- http://otherserver/page.html
Look for the differences. Also check whether there are any stylesheets  
referenced in the page. If so, "wget" them too. For all returned  
documents, verify that they come in correctly (no HTTP errors). If  
necessary, repeat for embedded images (spacers) and the like.

On an other note: I think that Firefox "remembers" your zoom setting  
on a per-server basis (maybe even per-page). Maybe you zoomed on one  
of the URL's, but not on the other one, so that the artifact is  
actually only in your browsing experience?

- --
Best regards / met vriendelijke groet, Karel Kubat
Mob +31 6 2956 4861

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