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    Blog has huge white space in IE!

    Hi,

    URL: http://www.blog.straightmoneytalker.com

    In chrome and firefox it's fine, in IE it's slow as hell and there's a huge white space at bottom. This is a blogger blog.

    Any ideas please?

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    Jack

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    I am not sure if you fixed it already, but it looks the same in IE9 and Chrome.

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    today 21 feb just checked 7pm big space in IE9... in chrome fine. unless space comes and goes...

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    1) If it is Blogger's blog you probably don't have access to css, so there is nothing you can do.

    2) I would not worry about it, it is like an inch of a difference or so. I did not notice. Most people will not either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joliett89 View Post
    2) I would not worry about it, it is like an inch of a difference or so. I did not notice. Most people will not either.
    In IE 7 it's perfect but in IE9 at least on my pc it lags I hardly can scroll up and down, and space is huge in footer: http://screencast.com/t/MsATXqpy46i

    Have you tried it in IE 9 anyone please?

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    Jack

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    It has a big space in IE9. Why are you rendering the page in IE7 emulation? I'd let it render in whatever browser the user has (i.e. in IE9 the document should be in IE9 standards mode) and see if that works. Unless you know all your customers are using IE7?

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by tracknut View Post
    It has a big space in IE9. Why are you rendering the page in IE7 emulation? I'd let it render in whatever browser the user has (i.e. in IE9 the document should be in IE9 standards mode) and see if that works. Unless you know all your customers are using IE7?

    Dave
    Just so you guys know I'm a totally non expert in this stuff ok. I just created a blogger blog.

    I have a programmer working to fix this issue, I'll tell him this now: "the document should be in IE9 standards mode" maybe he understand better than I can

    Thanks!
    Jack


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