The WebTV system is different than normal browsers since it has to
reformat the HTML to fit on a television (roughly 300x220 dpi). Because
of this reformatting, many sites don't work correctly on their system.
This is why WebTV has a central server infrastructure where they
download, reformat, and store HTML from selected sites.
If the foxtail site doesn't work correctly, I would contact WebTV about
it, but be aware that they will probably require foxtail to implement
their (WebTV's) proprietary tags in foxtail's HTML code. Another source
that helps companies develop TV compatible HTML is Diba, Inc. in Menlo
Park, CA. They don't require proprietary tags for their TV browser
product. I have dealt with both of these companies in a business
capacity, and my views are exactly that -- my views.
[ Editor's note:
[ Development of the MMD Archives is continuing rapidly; Jody reports
[ a surprisingly large amount of activity, which is very pleasing. We
[ both plan to increase the amount of photo images of nifty instruments;
[ these images are _very_ impressive when viewed on SVGA or better
[ monitors. I fear that the intricate detail of the image will be lost
[ if viewed on a lower-resolution TV screen.