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Please could i get some feedback on this site i am creating for a friend's business. Its incomplete at the moment as waiting on the content but the structure and style is there. Also it looks awful in IE for some reason. Any ideas why IE seems to be ignoring the columns all other browsers seem find. Thanks



2 Answers

Wayne Priestley
Wayne Priestley
19,579 Points

Hi, I'm using Safari 6.1 When i shrink my browser some of your box place holders drop down onto the text, also some of the text appears on top of other text.

Yeah not got to the media queries yet for smaller sizes. More the IE issue i stumped with


James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

Different version of IE have their own quirks as they span over a decade of development. Creating a reduced test case might make it easier to troubleshoot the issue.

3 quick thoughts:

  • It looks fine in IE10.
  • The conditional comment for HTML5 shim isn't valid it should be [if lt le 9].

<!--[if lt Le 9]><script src="http://html5shim.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/html5.js"></script><![endif]-->

Cheers for that. I'm using IE 10 and its all messed up on mine i don't get it. Any columns are all stacked rather than inline. But in your IE you says its normal, do you mean similar to chrome and firefox. James Barnett

Cheers. Forget the IE not showing right, damn thing was on zoom 110% lol