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Problems with IE8 and IE9

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Rob    547
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Hi richardjacruz,

 

I wonder if you have the Debug option activated for your two websites?

 

Please go to Dashboard > PageLines > Site Options > Advanced and check the settings under PageLines debug

 

Make sure the IE Compatibility option is checked.


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I did not have that checked. However, I did just fill the check box, and I went back to IE. It's still really broken in IE9. I also made sure to check the Debug mode. Any other ideas? I've tried turning off plugins, but to no avail.

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Hmmm... I know that the botanicchoice.com/blog site is on a Windows server, but I thought the other is on a Linux platform. Is there nothing that can be done?

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Convert everything over to Linux, would be my suggestion.


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