I'm desperate! My coder said that can't fix it and now i'm stuck with poor user experience. Here is an example page: http://toppages.co.uk/city/london/c-solicitors
P.S. : I'm not a coder so if some of you can fix the problem i'm happy to pay for the fix or atleast give me some directions so i can pass the info to my coder.
Which version of Internet Explorer has the problem? I guess it's an older version since you mentioned Windows XP.
Did you try with IE9+? It that works, then it's just a compatibility issue for IE8.
Add the line inside the html head should fix this
K. Tsang CEng MBCS PMP PMI-ACP OCPJEA OCPJP
posted 5 years ago
and thank you for the quick reply.
I tried the solution, suggested by K. Tsang to fix IE8 issue but with no success . If someone experienced here is willing to fix that for me i will be more than happy to pay for the service. And will buy a beer to
As money is being offered, I have moved this to the Jobs Offered forum.
But, to me, the solution is to simply not claim to support IE8 and tell anyone that uses the site to use a browser that is supported. There is no valid reason for anyone to be using Windows XP and IE8 in 2014. (This assumes, of course, that the site works fine on all modern browsers, including IE11).