I am not a dev but I am overseeing the re-design of our company website. I know a little about css and html to understand the lingo.
What I've requested is that our site have a drop shadow aruond the main body element. The company that is doing the redesign is saying they can't get it working in IE9. It shows up in Safari on an iPhone and within Chrome in Windows 7. If I open the the dev tools (F12) within IE9 and choose Document Mode: IE9 Standards it appears. If Doc mode is set for Quarks it breaks.
Any ideas? Keep in mind I don't have access to the full source code just whatever I can see from the dev tools. I can download and use any other software that might help you if need be.
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