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html 5 captivate site not looking good locally in internet explorer

Posted on 2014-03-26
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I am using Captivate 7 to create a presentation in HTML5.

It publishes to:  C:\Captivate\Publish\BDotBasicTraining\index.html

If I open that link with Google Chrome to view it everything looks great. If I open it with internet explorer every object looks out of place and all the way on the top.

Only if I place the published project inside a website and use Http://localhost .. etc ..

then it displays fine. Why can Chrome display fine in a local file and internet explorer cant ?
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Some features widgets need a web server to display correctly.

Browser act and display item differently especially for HTML5 code.

I'm always using a web server WampServer for all my projects.
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