Template not displaying correctly in firefox

Hello,
it's probably a question you've answered a thousand
times...I'm totally new to designing pages so I used a template
from DW (from sample, starter page, personal training homepage). I
have only modified some text, and after uploading to my host to
have a look at it, it displays incorrectly in Firefox, but fine in
IE. However, when i preview the page from DW with F12, it opens in
firefox in local mode and looks like it's intended to look.
I have tried uploading the template without any modification
and the firefox problem is still there...
Am i missing something ?
have a look : www.englishcoaching.fr
Thanks in advance !
Belinda

Look at the code.
You have several broken links on the page you have uploaded -
<link rel="stylesheet" href="file:///E|/Documents and
Settings/Administrator/My Documents/Unnamed Site
2/mm_training.css"
type="text/css" />
Note that the stylesheet link is pointing at a file on your
hard drive,
which certainly will not work on the web. This is usually the
mark of an
improperly defined local site. You do have a local site
defined, right?
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"Bear_Malin" <[email protected]> wrote in
message
news:foenkl$su$[email protected]..
> Hello, it's probably a question you've answered a
thousand times...I'm
> totally
> new to designing pages so I used a template from DW
(from sample, starter
> page,
> personal training homepage). I have only modified some
text, and after
> uploading to my host to have a look at it, it displays
incorrectly in
> Firefox,
> but fine in IE. However, when i preview the page from DW
with F12, it
> opens in
> firefox in local mode and looks like it's intended to
look. Am i missing
> something ? have a look : www.englishcoaching.fr Thanks
in advance !
>

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