Greetings! provides code for their customizable widget which provides news feeds content. However, the widget does not work on IE 7 or 8 but does work on every other browser including IE 9.

A similar problem used to occur with the twitter widget.js a while back. A work around involved making a few minor changes to the widget.js script or making a few minor changes to the code they provide (not an issue anymore twitter fixed it).

From what I've read, the issue stems from IE being very picky how the code is presented. Perhaps a very simple modification can render the widget.

Anyway, I've spent hours trying to get this to work on IE but to no avail. I really hope someone can help me with this. Thanks.

Code provided by Feedzilla.

<!-- Feedzilla Widget BEGIN -->

<div class="feedzilla-news-widget feedzilla-35074373823590577" style="width:415px; padding: 0; text-align: center; font-size: 11px; border: 0;">
<script type="text/javascript" src=""></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
new FEEDZILLA.Widget({
	style: 'slide-top-to-bottom',
	culture_code: 'en_us',
	headerTextColor: '#ffffff',
	headerBackgroundColor: '#d03e28',
	contentLinkColor: '#000000',
	footerBackgroundColor: '#ffffff',
	caption: 'Daily Wires',
	order: 'relevance',
	count: '20',
	w: '400',
	h: '350',
	timestamp: 'true',
	scrollbar: 'false',
	theme: 'smoothness',
	className: 'feedzilla-35074373823590577',
	tabs: [{name: 'Music', c: '6', sc: '1694'}, {name: 'Dance', c: '29', sc: '1549'}, {name: 'Djing', c: '29', sc: '22948'}, {name: 'Videos', c: '29', sc: '29175'}, {name: 'Latest Technology', c: '30', sc: '1870'}]
</script><br />
<a href="" target="_blank">Get Your News Widget</a>

<!-- Feedzilla Widget END -->