This isn’t a problem I have now, but did have until last night and I hope that it can serve as a warning against complacency.
I had produced a site that looked perfect in Firefox, Safari and Konqueror on Mac, Windows and Linux respectively, but as soon as it was viewed in IE on Windows - total mayhem! The text was all in HTML, as full accessibility was a requirement but it soon became apparent that most of the text, which had been copied from a Word doc, pasted and (so I thought) re-styled in Freeway, had still retained invisible tags/styling from Word.
It was a stupid mistake on my part, because I was in a hurry and didn’t do the right thing: which is to put the copied text into a text editor, convert it to plain text and THEN paste it into the Freeway master document. I was even using Word Zapper but, it seems, to no avail. Freeway rules the world but it can’t legislate for Microsoft’s apparent inability to get to grips with the Web.
So let that be a lesson to all you newbies out there and don’t trust ANY copy unless you’ve stripped it bare or typed it into the FW document yourself.