Website display is all screwed up

Sometimes I view a webpage on one PC but on another PC that same website is all screwed up in terms of how its displayed. Please see attachment for more details.
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GaryCommented:
Tell him to clear his cache and remove it from the compat list, looks like a problem with the css
The site works fine in IE11
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john8217Author Commented:
To clear the cache I think I need to go to: Internet Options \ General tab \ click the "Delete" button in the "Browsing history" section. Is that correct? This brings up the Delete Browsing History dialog box which gives you up to 7 things to delete. Clearing which of these items would constitute "clearing the cache" (it wouldn't be all of them, would it)?
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GaryCommented:
Temporary Internet Files and Website Files
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joinaunionCommented:
In IE options select advanced tab now under multimedia is show pictures selected?
Place check mark in Enable automatic image resizing.

Basically everything should be selected except,Always use clear type for html and show image download placeholders.
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jcimarronCommented:
john8217--
"Would I actually have to go through the trouble of downgrading his IE to version 10? Isn’t there another, easier way to resolve this?"
No, you could stay in IE11 but view the pages in IE 10 by using F12 Developer Tools.  Click the Gear at the top right of the IE screen|F12 Developer Tools.  Click the icon at the very bottom of the list in the left panel.  In Document Mode choose 10.
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john8217Author Commented:
Thanks
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jcimarronCommented:
john8217--
Glad to have helped.
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