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    Exclamation Check out my website please

    Hey there, i have recently put this sito up on my domain ( http://www.thousandwaysto.com ) it works perfect with Google chrome and other browsers but IE. Why is htis and how can i solve this problem ?

    Hope to hear back some useful advice.

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    hi it seems that your site do work at my IE9
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    Code:
    <p class="p1 large_text"><strong>Insert text here.</p>
    You are missing a closing </strong> tag.

    For <link> and <script> tag, you don't need the type attribute with HTML 5.

    Code:
    <!--[if lt IE 9]>
    <script src="//html5shiv.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/html5.js"></script>
    <![endif]-->
    That should work for the IE part. The part where you are checking for less than IE 7 needs to go inside of your <body> tag.

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    Okay well can you guys check out this page:

    http://www.thousandwaysto.com/video/

    I have a picture above the image and text saying TimeLapse - Spleef Arena

    I can see it on dreamweaver but when i publish it to the domain it turns invisible and i cant seem to change it on Dreamweaver :/

    any ideas ??

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    If the image is a link to your videos, I can see it.

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    No its above the image and text which is a link the that very page. Its a picture which if i look on the source i can see but its turnt itself invisible but on dreamweaver i cant seem to change it :/

    any ideas ??

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    Code:
    <style="display:inline !important; visibility: " visible"="" !important;="" opacity:="" 0="" "="">
    What is this?

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    Thats what is causing the problem but i cant seem to get rid of it in Dreamweaver. Its no where on the html file i am working on but once i put it on the server that coding appears with the image.

    Any ideas how to stop this ??

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    No clue. It's either DW, your FTP tool, or your web host. It seems too randomly placed to be the latter two and I can't imagine why they would be adding code in anyway.

    If it's a pure basic HTML file with all of the coding on that one page, then I'm not sure why even DW would add code to the file. If the page is generated dynamically, I could see where it might be harder to track down the issue.

    Do you hand code your stuff, or do you use the WYSIWYG editor at all? I could at least see using the WYSIWYG aspect and somehow DW shows one piece of code but then something gets converted when you publish it to the web. If you are using the WYSIWYG editor, you might want to redo that part and double check what you are doing.

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    I just used dreamweaver i think it might be to do with the CSS file. Not too sure. Will have to play around i guess till i get it sorted :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by spufi View Post
    Code:
    <style="display:inline !important; visibility: " visible"="" !important;="" opacity:="" 0="" "="">
    That's the browser trying to correct your invalid style string. You probably missed a semi colon, or a quotation mark.

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    Download the updated version of IE you can get better results.
    Thanks

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