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Just started testing my new site across all of the browsers and noticed IE 9 messing up the alignment of any four columns.
It appears on the 4th footer widget area (gets pushed under 1st)
and also on any content using the 4 columns set to 25% 25% 25% 25% in template builder.
It is most apparent on this page … http://flyingstartonline.co.uk/ourservices/
Can anyone help?
For some reason your site has ie7 standards mode as default which is causing the grid to not work correctly. So removing:
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE7" />
From the header will fix the issue with IE9.
I had to put this is to solve issues with IE8, adding the code above made IE8 render as if it was IE7. I’ll remove this though and fix IE8 issues another way if your certain the issue is the code above.
Thanks again Devin.
ps. I will get around to responsive advice you’ve given, I really need to clear my day for that one me thinks ;)
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