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Why does my site appear DRAMATICALLY different in IE?

Posted on 2013-02-05
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Here is my site: http://www.playerspace.com


open it in firefox its fine
open it in chrome its fine
open it in IE its completely screwed up.

Any idea?
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Question by:ondrejko1
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by:Paul MacDonald
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Try "Compatibility View" and see if that helps.  All the browser engines are a little different from each other (and from the web standards).

Here's a decent way to do testing:
     http://browsershots.org/
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by:ondrejko1
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this did not help.
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by:Paul MacDonald
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Ah, I see.  

At the very least you're using CSS that doesn't work in IE (specifically the rounded corners).

This (http://jonraasch.com/blog/css-rounded-corners-in-all-browsers) should help with the corners, but the rest of it you'll have to go through piece by piece, I'm afraid.
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by:ondrejko1
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Wait, are you guys seeing what I'm seeing here?

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Surely the centering has nothing to do with rounded corners. The entire site seems to be margin left beyond the frame of the browser window.

None of my other brwosers do that.
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ondrejko1 earned 0 total points
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I just reloaded from a backup. Whatever it was has been dealt with.
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by:ondrejko1
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I gave up.
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