"One of my big problems is to get my site to look the same in Netscape (to please AOL users) and IE."
You are not alone in your quest. Sadly, there is no way to fix this since display of HTML code is up to the browser. On top of that, one persons selection of FONTS may differ from one machine to the next which forces the page to render differently.
The answer is that you can't do this unless you make it a PICTURE or JPEG image.
I've yet to see identical renderings.
One of my big problems is to get my site to look the same in Netscape (to please AOL users) and IE.
Even simple tasks seem not to work for me: I have a page on my site at www.judahbenheard.com called "poemtrees" where I interpose text with an image
of trees. When I get the spacing right in IE by using the spacing is not correct in Netscape - what happens is that the text is obscured by the trees.
Is there any solution other than making a separate page for Netscape?
Also, I am working on another site in Dreamweaver where the image placement looks fine in the code and design view but when viewed with external browers is wrong: Is Dreamweaver's internal browser different than the external and how to fix.
This is also a general question: How to make the pages look the same in Netscape and IE.