The page was developed for Microsoft Internet Explorer of version 5.0, resolution - 1024x768, colors - 256. The Opera's (and Netscape) owners can see my page "carelessly". It is not my fault, - brouser's. Especially concerns the 16-bit versions. Internet Explorer reproduce all in that kind, what I achieved. Minimum parameters: Microsoft Windows 95, Internet Explorer 4.0, resoliution 800x600, color 256.
Why my site is required to be looked through only Microsoft Internet Explorer? Very simply - for want of site construction I used "rigid" binding of sizes of the tables. To these modern standards - W3C - corresponds only MSIE from 4.0. For such browsers, as Netcape, Opera etc. instruction of a breadth and height of the table no more, than wish and the outcome is received pitiable.