Help with website code - works in Firefox, not in IE9

Posted on 2012-08-20
Last Modified: 2012-08-20
I am  having a problem with a website i have been working on. All along I have been testing it with firefox and its working great. However, when I open it in IE9 (havent tried any other browsers) its all messed up.

I am hoping someone can look at the code and help me out. the website is

Any help is GREATLY appreciated.

Thank you!
Question by:skyadmin
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    Accepted Solution

    The very first thing is that you do not have a DOCTYPE specified.  IE requires a DOCTYPE to display in 'standards' mode.  See here:   More detailed info here:

    Author Closing Comment

    Thanks for the info Dave. Your input allowed me to correct the issue. REALLY appreciate it!
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    by:Dave Baldwin
    You're welcome, glad to help.

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