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buttons not rendering correctly in IE9

Posted on 2013-05-15
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on this page http://www.crieffhydro.com/leisure/things-to-do.aspx, In Activity finder section slider buttons and  two checkboxes are rendering properly in IE9 but fine in firebox and chrome. Any ideas which css styles need amendments?
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I'm seeing no difference between the browsers
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No difference here either.

In IE 9 -

IE9
In Firefox 20 -

Firefox
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