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I'm not sure if this is a bug or not. In the comment system part of the comment section is appearing in the body of the page. It's doing this for both disgus and intensedebate. Any ideas?
2003 Server, Sql 2008
I don't see any problem on that page using Chrome, FF, or IE8, the comments are below the article as intended.
Forget it. I must have checked compatability mode somehow. Sorry.
If you are interested in cleaning this up for IE7 users, you can try using the following:
See if that works for you.
I forgot to mention where to put that bit of CSS. You should put it in your IE7Specific.css file.
I added that code. I haven't seen it in IE7 yet but the pages are really messed up in IE6. What should I do?
Using the compatibility mode of IE8 is effectively IE7 so if you add that bit of CSS to the IE7Specific.css file, your browser will load it when viewing the site in IE8 compat mode.
For IE6 you are going to need to get a prescription for a nice happy drug because it will drive you crazy. You will probably lose some of your design in IE6 but I wouldn't worry about that too much. You have a few options for testing IE6 compatibility with your site. I use DebugBar and IETester for debugging sites with IE6. Microsoft offers Internet Explorer Application Compatibility VPC Images which are complete XP and Vista virtual pc images. I use these when I think I have everything fixed and I just want to make myself feel good about a site's compatibility with IE6.
Yeah 6 is doing something similar to what 7 was. Is there any easy way to fix it or should I not worry about it?
Add the same CSS to IESpecific.css and you may need to adjust the widths of the center-leftmargin and leftside classes in the IESpecific.css file. If you don't have those css classes in the IESpecific.css file, you will need to add them.
Thanks Joe. I added the code and it's still off. I think I'm going to call it on IE6. I checked google analytics and only one visit was using it anyway. Thanks for all your help!