Jquery not working in IE 10

I have a jquery function that toggles see more + and see less+ off and on which works fine in Firefox and Chrome. It does not work in Internet Explorer 10 (but does seem to work in IE9).
Below is the script

 <script>  
        $(document).ready(function(){
      $("p[id^='seeall']").click(function() {
            var $this = $(this);
         $(this).next("div").toggle();
      if ('see more +' == $this.text( )) {
    $this.text('see less -').parent( ).find('.hidden').show( );
    }
    else {
    $this.text('see more +').parent( ).find('.hidden').hide( );
    }
      });
      });
   </script>
cbeverlyAsked:
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GaryCommented:
Got a link to the page?
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cbeverlyAuthor Commented:
http://americanart.si.edu/collections/search/artwork/results/index.cfm?rows=10&q=James+Castle&page=1&start=0&x=0&y=0

You can see the See more+ see less+ on the right hand side underneath the light blue bar "Name"
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GaryCommented:
Working fine, do an hard refresh - maybe you have an old cached file.
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cbeverlyAuthor Commented:
Did you test in IE 10?
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GaryCommented:
In an emulator, there is nothing in the code that would break in IE
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GaryCommented:
Just double check you're not in compatibility mode (even though it works in previous versions as well)
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cbeverlyAuthor Commented:
You were so right. The user was in compatibility mode. Once I took her out it worked fine.
Thank you so much!!
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