Webpage can display on chrome, firefox but not Internet explorer 8 and 11

Dear experts,

I have a web page to parse .csv files onto a web page display.

The link is  http://mbostock.dyndns.org/seagames2015/index.html

The display works on Chrome and Firefox but not internet explorer.

I further realize that the web page can be displayed on IE9 and not IE 11.

I have attached the html file for reference. Appreciate the help. Thanks very much. index.html
JYMarcAsked:
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helpfinderIT ConsultantCommented:
I can see it on my PC in FF and IE as well
Try to delete cache in IE and restart browser. also try to browse the webpage in compatibility mode in IE (Tools > compatibility view)
JYMarcAuthor Commented:
Dear expert, may I check with you what is the version of IE you are using please? The information will helps. Thanks.
Danny RobinsonIT Support ConsultantCommented:
Works fine across the board on mine, have you tried turning off protected mode temporarily and see if it displays .
Maybe a security settings stopping it.
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JYMarcAuthor Commented:
I might have found the problem, the error IE reports "Object doesnt support this property or method" Line 26, Char 9.
Looking at my script, seems that IE does not forEach in the javascripting.

is there any way I can amend the coding to make it work with IE8 or across all platform ?
Snarf0001Commented:
You can use just a simple for loop instead of foreach:

for(var i = 0; i < rows.length; i++)
{
	var columns = rows[i].split(",");
	--the rest of your code
}

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Optionally, if you really want the foreach, you can use a polyfill to implement the method as shown here:
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Array/forEach

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Snarf0001Commented:
Though realistically I'd say just leave it as is.  IE8 usage has dropped to almost nothing, and most sites are now opting to just do away with supporting it, in the hopes that the few stragglers will stop using it.
JYMarcAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the alternative suggestion. It works. I am fully aware of the need to move away from the outdated browsers.
But my CMS (content management system) is still using IE7 as default rendering engine. I am getting my vendor to work on a fix as it is a problem with the CMS  software rendering engine not able to provide the support to render the web pages.
Snarf0001Commented:
IE7... ouch, you poor man.  You have my sympathy ;)
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