Originally Posted by xelawho
presumably you are using the include in the head.
but you are attaching the script to the body.
when the browser is reading the head section, the body does not exist yet. In the absence of a body, most browsers will create one, because they know that there has to be one, eventually.
But IE is fun and quirky and likes to do its own thing.
The easiest solution (I think) is to attach the script to the head, using this line instead of the "body" one:
I think i am using the include in the body, actually its the last thing in the body.. either that or i do not quiet understand your recomendation
<!-- Top 3 Streams -->
<?php include('includes/top3streams.php'); ?>
<!-- / Top 3 Streams -->