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Inline HTML Editor object not supported/ errors displaying in IE 8

Thread began 6/11/2013 12:43 pm by zuffster370186 | Last modified 6/19/2013 4:34 pm by zuffster370186 | 1650 views | 27 replies

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Inline HTML Editor object not supported/ errors displaying in IE 8

I have tested the inline editing on Firefox, Safari, and IE 9+ but I am getting an "Object not supported...." in IE 8. See attached image. The overlay editing layer is not displaying properly over the editable regions pushing the Editor to the bottom of the page. The website layout is also getting pushed over to the far left side of the browser. It should be centered AND finally the CSS Dropdown Menu (horizontal) has lost its css features and turned into text links. Are there known issues with this inline editor in IE 8?

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