HTML web browser compatibility Problem

Posted on 2012-08-27
Last Modified: 2012-08-28
Hi, if you try :

on Chrome in IE 9 it wors fine, when the page loads you see an image of a piano and a menu at the top... thats ok.

but on IE 8 and I think event IE 7, when it loads, the page Privacy Policy of my template loads automatically and if you open "Qui suis-je" menu tab the privacy wont move...

I dont understand, maybe its HTML 5 of the template ?
im sure there is a way to fix this.. I dont care how really... but my friend has IE 8 and needs to see the web site correcly

can you help ?
Question by:PhilippeRenaud
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    It does not look the same in IE8 because IE8 does not support HTML5 or most of CSS3.

    Expecting it to be the same is not realistic unless you are going to work to an XHTML1 standard instead of HTML5.

    There are probably some hacks that could be applied, but the design is weak and not worth trying to save.

    You have two options dumb it down to the level of IE8 or keep the unremarkable effects and forget IE8


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