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I.E. 6 probs

Thread began 10/01/2009 10:57 am by rebhintze297838 | Last modified 10/03/2009 7:50 am by rebhintze297838 | 1047 views | 2 replies |


I.E. 6 probs

Hi there,
Have been trying not to write to you, but cannot figure my problem out from the other posts.

Can you take a look at this page and let me know what to do so that it displays correctly in I.E.6?

Looks OK in FF, Safari, etc.

Thanks so much!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

It appears the menu_ie. css file has not been properly uploaded to the server.

If I browse to:

I do not see any css.

however at:

I can see the css. The menu_ie.css file is used by IE 6 and below, if it is not present, the menu will not display properly in IE6.

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This fixed my problem. Thanks!

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