IE9 reads my IE-specific stylesheet for 2 seconds, then switches back

Hello everyone, I'm new here Smile

So, I specifically looked up this forum to get this problem sorted. It's the classic IE stylesheet issue - but with a twist.

So I've finished the design of my website (using Google Chrome), and got rather pleased with it, so now it's time to make it work in IE (works fine in Chrome, Safari, Opera and Firefox). So I went googling for the IE-specific stylesheet code that I needed, found it, and pasted it into my code.

Problem with Text size/color in IE but perfectly fine in firefox, safari, and chrome..

hello,

this is my first post, but what i've seen on this site so far it looks like it's full of information so i'm glad i found it.

Layout issue with IE8 and IE9

Can anyone help me figure out why the layout is breaking apart in IE8 and IE9? It's the left side that's giving me trouble.

It was fine in compatibility mode when I built this a couple of years ago, but now with IE9, I can't seem to fix it.

http://www.discoveryensemble.com/concerts/concert1_test.htm

Thank you, thank you for whatever help you can give me!
Webley

CSS doesn't display properly in IE8

Hey, I'm New to CSS and need some help.

My footer and nav do not display properly in IE8. I'm not sure what I should do to fix since it looks fine in chrome, firefox, and safari.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

#page {
	   width:960px;
	   margin:0 auto;
	   border:solid;
	   border-color:black;
 }
 
 .pagetop {
 	   	margin:0 auto;
	    height:75px;
  		}
 
 #logo {
 
       float:left;
       font-size:3em;
       border:solid;
       border-width:1px;
       border-color:red;
       margin-top:20px;
       margin-left:5px;
 

Positioning problems. Fixed positioned ads on either side of a webpage.

First, let me say that I am still learning CSS. I only just dove into this 3 weeks ago so please excuse me if this is a basic fix.

I am working on a site that has to have fixed positioned ads on either side of the page (the goal is to have the ads float with you as you scroll). The problem is, (other than IE not even coming close to rendering it correctly) when you resize the browser or view it from a smaller screen the ads either cover the main content or float off to the left.

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