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Different versions of IE6?

Hi, I've had to use a hack to position a navbar correctly in IE6. The only thing is, on one of the computers in our office it is displaying perfectly in IE6, while on another one, the nav bar is missing. Both pcs are using XP and IE6 so i've no idea why this would be happening. Any ideas why this could be happening? I've not been able to find anything so far on the web.

Here is the link to the page
Aug 17 '07 #1
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Then there is something wrong with one persons version of IE. I would assume the one that can't see the navbar. It wouldn't be a setting. So restart, which you've probably done, or go to MS web site to see how to fix IE.

Better yet, get a modern browser like Firefox or Opera.
Aug 17 '07 #2
thanks for the reply, it did seem to be a problem only on one computer running IE6. i do use firefox and safari primarily but the site would definitely also have to work properly on IE6 due to the number of people still using it.
Aug 17 '07 #3
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the site would definitely also have to work properly on IE6 due to the number of people still using it.
Absolutely. I thought it was just because he was running IE for himself.

Since IE7 is nine years behind current web standards, I'm predicting it will take nine years before IE catches up to the rest of the world, or goes away altogether.
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