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Hi Folks,

we are working on a page.

IE 9 and IE 10, Firefox, Chrome, Safari looking good, but there are lots of errors in IE 7 and IE 8!

The settings in Pagelines (latest version).

Branding and feature should be on one line and above the nav, the jquery menu with search field beyond - the footer should float to the right.

Just have a look on the live link above - with a normal modern browser and you'll see...

It could have something to do with the float bug in IE 7,

unfortunately i'am not a code ninja!

But i need one.

thanks for any ideas...

edit:

its seems to be a larger problem ...

http://www.pagelines...rowser-testing/

i am using IE Enhancer and Modernizer Plugin

but that fixes only some problems...

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thanks, i just read it in simons annotations. the above google script seems to be an acceptable solution...

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tests with google header script



<!--[if lt IE 9]>

<script src="http://ie7-js.googlecode.com/svn/version/2.1([b]beta4[/b])/IE9.js"></script>

<![endif]-->

now IE 8 http://www.browserstack.com

is acceptable ... loading time ...

screenshots IE 7 has a gap between the jQuery nav on the left and the yellow branding box - and the content div is 960px.

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I am sorry you are experiencing issues with IE 7 and 8 however the code is most likely not supported in these older versions and that is causing the problem. For example, HTML5 and CSS3 are not supported in IE7 and IE8 so this would definitely cause differences and issues with the site.

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