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    Internet Explorer Horizontal links issue iE

    Can anyone have a look at my site and tell me what I can do to get it working in iE. It works in other browsers.

    Would be really gratefull for any advice.


    http://www.testdrive-site.co.uk/site2

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    Which link do you mean? The menus?

    Also, the problem that you're trying to poing out is the odd "left-aligned" display on IE? or something else?
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    When I tried the site in iE the links didn't work sending user to other parts of the page.

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    You don't have an element whose ID is "enviar".

    This part of the code causes the mess.

    It's either you fix this by creating that part of your makup, or remove this line of coding:

    Code:
    window.addEvent("domready",function(){
    	$('enviar').addEvent("click",function(e){
    		e = new Event(e);
    		//stop propagation
    		if(!$('response').hasClass("loading")) $('response').addClass("loading");
    		$('contacto').setStyle("display","none");
    		$('response').setStyle("display","block");				
    		var myAjax = new Ajax('mailer.php', {  
    		   data:$('consulta'),
    		   update:$('response'),
    		   onComplete:function(){
    			 var desaparecer = new Fx.Style('response', 'opacity', {duration:3000});
    			  if($('response').hasClass("loading")) $('response').removeClass("loading");
    				 desaparecer.start(1,0).addEvent("onComplete",function(){
    					 $('response').setStyle("display","none");
    					 $('response').setStyle("opacity","1");
    					 $('response').empty();
    					 $('contacto').setStyle("display","block");
    			 	 }); //margin-top is set to 10px immediately
    		  	 }
    		}).request();
    	})
    })
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    Thanks Rangana, did as suggested, but its had no effect.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Reggie32 View Post
    Thanks Rangana, did as suggested, but its had no effect.


    html markup is invalid:
    http://validator.w3.org/check?verbos....uk%2Fsite2%2F

    you have a lot of duplicate id's. try to fix them maybe this is the problem.

    best regards

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    Thumbs down

    Thanks again Rangana, changed all duplicates, and got it to validate

    .... now it won't display in ie at all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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    Sorry, oexsyl, meant to reply to you. Validates now... but 'operation aborted in iE (everything ok still in Firefox, Safari)

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    main page, humm, look I don't have time to go through all details, but I am using

    Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-GB; rv:1.9.0.11; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; ffco7) Gecko/2009060215 Firefox/3.0.11

    and I can not read the information on the right side of the picture.

    You got to do some work with the fonts.

    Have a good one!


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