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Full-width header will not display in IE8

Thread began 1/06/2010 11:09 pm by wjkaluza361371 | Last modified 1/07/2010 2:24 pm by wjkaluza361371 | 1134 views | 1 replies


Full-width header will not display in IE8

I used SiteAssist Professional to build a 3 column liquid website with full width header last year because I was struggling to create a liquid website within Dreamweaver. I was pleased with the results until Internet Explorer 8 was released.

The company's logo displays nicely in the full width header in IE7 and prior versions. However, it will not display in IE8 unless compatibility mode is selected. Since I do not understand all of the differences between IE7 and IE8, I don't know where to begin looking to identify the problem.

Please advise if others have encountered a similar problem with a full width header in IE8 and how they have resolved it. If someone has the time to look at the website, it can be found at

I realize that everyone has their own deadlines to meet so I am not necessarily seeking a complete solution, but I would appreciate some guidance because I don't know where to start.

Thank you.


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