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IE Displaying Page Huge and weird?

Posted on 2014-11-06
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At this link:

http://prswebdesign.com/cosgroveaircraft/index_pc.php?pg=WELCOME&for=text&user=cosgrove

It displays properly in:
--- Chrome, Firefox, Safari on Mac
--- Chrome, Firefox, Safari on PC
BUT

on PC IE it shows huge and divs are not being restricted to their defined width. I am kind of a greenhorn so hopefully this will be an easy fix for ann expert.

You can see at the link above.

See attached image - Please help - this is turning into an all nighter :-(
wacky-ie.jpg
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by:helpfinder
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try to press Ctrl+0 (or Tools>Zoom>100%) if it is not just zoomed
if not then try to delete history fromI IE
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edavo earned 0 total points
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Self answered sorry. The mast was 4000 pixels wide. The div downsized it to 1000 based on width definition of div - but explorer let the actual image width overrule the div width.

Sorry for the brain lapse
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by:edavo
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Oh yes
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