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Jay ONov 15, 2011 3:07 PM GMT
a FAQ section would be of good use. I had trouble posting a link properly and had nothing to refer to for help.
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You have a great sense of humor harpaholic.
It would be good if you shared with everyone which browser you had trouble with, what it took to get it to work (compatibility mode, disable add-ons, etc) and which browser seems to work best for you.
Why do some webpages look incorrect in Internet Explorer 9?
Each major release of Internet Explorer adds features designed to make the browser easier to use, to increase security, and to more closely support industry standards. As Internet Explorer gains features, there is a risk that older websites may not display correctly.
Try compatibility mode and see what happens. Click the "torn page" on the right edge of the address bar (where you type WWW.SITE.COM). When it's blue, you're in compatibility mode. I have to use IE9 this way with a lot of sitesbecause it is a HUGE job to rewrite all of the web pages of a site for the new standards and many, including Microsoft, IBM, Hewlett Packard, and others, don't have the resources to dedicate to such a project.
Internet Explorer 9 displays webpages that contain the HTML5 document type in IE9 Standards mode, which provides the highest support available for established and emerging industry standards, including the HTML5 (Working Draft), W3C Cascading Style Sheets Level 3 Specification (Working Draft), Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) 1.0 Specification, and others.
In some cases, existing websites may not display correctly when displayed in IE9 mode. This can happen for any number of reasons.