September 29th, 2013, 08:29 PM
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Problem with old IE rendering new website
I have built a relatively simple website. It looks just like it's supposed to in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and IE 9 & 10. I thought I was done!
But my customer's target market is schools and he is afraid a number of them still run XP and IE 8 or below. Those old browsers do not format the iframes in the red sidebar correctly at all. Instead of marching neatly down the left side they are horizontal across the page and the red background is gone completely.
I need to either figure out how to fix that problem (hasLayout is TRUE) OR to figure out how to use conditional arguments to not show the sidebar to old IE browsers.
I tried this - but that resulted in No One seeing the sidebar in any browser!
<!-- Begin Sidebar -->
<!-- [if gte IE9]>
<img class="redtop" src="images/img02.gif" alt="Red Topper"/>
<iframe class="news" src="news.html" name="news"></iframe>
<iframe class="reps" src="repslist.html" name="replist"></iframe>
<iframe class="pics" name="pictures" src="sideimages.html" ></iframe>
<!-- end Sidebar -->
(Hope I posted that correctly)
Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated. I'm new at this.
Last edited by Kravvitz : September 30th, 2013 at 11:45 AM.
Reason: added [code] tags and removed email address