Here is a link to the page at hand: http://www.uiowa.edu/~osa/RAGBRAI/roster.html
Does anyone have any suggestions perhaps? I figured the worst case scenario I can't fix it for IE9 and I can do an if statement to not display it for IE9 browsers.
Anyways thank you very much for your time!
your file : http://www.uiowa.edu/~osa/RAGBRAI/as...2.1-core-yc.js
detects IE by looking for window.ActiveXObject. IE9 has window.ActiveXObject, which fools the script into assuming that the older, janky, and no longer available IE methods should be used instead of "w3" methods.
looks like moo 1.3 is available, i'll bet that fixes it...
That was exactly it! Thank you very very much for your time I really do appreciate it.
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