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    ie and chrome and a question im sure youre sick of

    I have been out of the web design loop for a while (about 2004) so I am rusty and a little ignorant of new tech used in this field.

    I have a site i'm designing at http://www.thedanacenter.com

    I designed a navbar in css3
    it works great in chrome and mozilla but not ie9

    im sure this is a common and annoying question and I loathe being common and annoying, but I need to fix this. So sorry in advance

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    Educate yourself on HTML 4.01 first: your code is still using elements deprecated long ago, such as center.

    In this case, the issue is you've triggered quirks mode. You need to use the HTML 5 doctype (<!DOCTYPE html>). Note that IE9 does not support transitions.

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    If you have only been away from design since 2004 why are you still using HTML that has been obsolete since 1997?
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    Don't forget to start your JavaScript code with "use strict"; which makes it easier to find errors in your code.

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    Did you make some kind of point there?
    I told you it had been a while, do you feel cool now?
    Last edited by frazzmata; 06-07-2012 at 11:08 PM.


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