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    IE8 doesnt render a page

    Hello guys,

    I just made a page and it renders ok in FF and IE 6,7 but not in IE8.
    It appears a warning saying "this.0.offsetParent" is null or not an object" and it refers to a jquery plugin. When I delete all the javascripts I get a blanck page without errors.
    I used <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE7" />
    and still it didnt work.
    YOu can see it here www.samanthacatering.com, do you have a clue?

    Thanks!

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    The most common reason for this is the developer is calling offsetParent on an element with 'fixed' position.

    More information here:
    http://www.howtocreate.co.uk/tutoria...rowserspecific

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    But the thing is that even if I delete all the javascript in it I still get the same result, so what's making this not display is not only the scripts.

    Do you have any other idea?

    Thanks for your help

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    If you are having trouble running sites in IE8 that worked in IE7 I strongly recomend 'Compatibility Mode' which lets you search pages that aren't up to speed with IE8 technology. This link is helpful in explaining how it works.
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/956197/

    -Kyler
    IE8 Outreach Team

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    Thanks, but what was breaking my page was the google analytics code.

    Somehow, when I pasted the GA script most of the page wasnt viewable and the part that was viewvable appeared totally in a wrong place.

    I solved it putting the code in an external script.

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