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RichSoil.com articles odd looking when using Internet Explorer

 
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I was watching the articles Cassie redesigned recently on RichSoil.com (DE, Cast Iron & Flea comtrol) just to see the results but in Internet Explorer it looks like something went wrong. At least on my computer. All these pages have large amounts of white spaces and are endlessly long to scrawl through?!?!? After reloading it get's even more funky...
 
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They still look funky... so is the Diatomaceous Earth page?!?!

I checked it in Firefox and Google Chrome and they work well there so it's an internet explorer thing.
 
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here's a screen shot of what I saw at IE.
The article is just not there...the blank space goes on and on.
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and it looks fine in firefox...
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What version of IE?
 
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Adrien Lapointe wrote:What version of IE?



mine is updated to 11.0.17 ....I didn't know what version and had to hunt around to find this, I think that is what you mean. My computer had that on it when I got it but I switched to firefox soon after because of picture issues on IE. I don't know what version Maurice is using though.
 
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My IE version is 11.0.17 is well.
 
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Not sure if it is the latest version, but it is probably close to be. I'll have to look into this when things quiet down at work after Easter.
 
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Version 11 is the latest IE version and 11.0.17 are very recent updates. Good luck!
 
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