I made a site for a client, tested css in IE9 with viewoptions for IE8, IE7, in the browsers Firefox, safari and opera.
All looks fine, but my client sended me a printscreen with the notice, that not all elements align right.
Can somebody help me please to find out whats wrong ??
The page where my client has difficulties is
Happy to stumble across this website in hope that I can have help with my coding issue.
Just started working at this company and when they found out I used to design websites, I subsequently took over re-designing their website from an outside guy. Most of it was done, but changes and converting A LOT to CSS was what I mostly worked on. It's been more than a few years since I've coding a site, so I'm sure I've missed something along the way here.
I'm confusing about the Header's layout rendered in Ie8(and other modern browsers) is fine, but not in ie9, and the CSS seems to not displayed in ie9 well... I really don't know how to fix it...what I'm thinking is that possibly relative to the "float" property ? or the hasLayout problem? (I am sorry for some reason that i don't have the full original code right now.)
here's the css code:
Hello I am Tom a co owner of Dubleeble and I was wondering if Website has any potential.Currently my website is mostly functional and the many put is done just some tweaking and software page to complete.
My Site http://www.dubleeble.com/
- if the CSS problems with IE matter so much
- Generic Design to bland
- Uninteresting Content to most people
- Hard to find what your looking for
This problem has been aggravating me for quite some time and I'm sure it is something simple. My site displays just fine on all browsers EXCEPT IE8. While loading, the content appears for a split second and then disappears. All that is left is the header and background colors.
My site is http://test.redwoodcountrysigns.com/. I have put it through CSS validators and fixed all the problems and it still is messing up. Is there a well-known bug with this browser? I am also using a modified twenty-ten theme if that makes any difference. Thanks for checking it out for me.