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Cant see my own website


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nazly

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Hi there,
It is a while that I can not see my own website properly on my laptop. (www.aplusea.com) I have just tried to access it on my partner's laptop and it was fine.
on my laptop, half of the first page (including all links and the title) can not be loaded. I have checked to see whether I can see it properly off-line from my archive and it was not possible.
I am using IE8 and have just uninstalled and reinstalled IE but it didn't make any difference.
can anybody help? I am desperate.

thanks,

Nazly

Edited by nazly, 25 August 2009 - 05:22 PM.

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Major Payne

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It's a wonder any browser can parse that page. They are in Quirks Mode because of no proper doc type and too many coding errors:

CSS Errors (16)

HTML Errors (243 Errors, 1 warning)
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nazly

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Thanks Ron,
So you think that the website is problematic and there is nothing wrong with my system?
Perhaps I should get a proffesional to have a look at my website? Or is there any other cost effective way that I can fix the problem myself?
meanwhile I have checked with another few people and nobody had any problem accessing the website - so I am still confused.

from your answer though I understand that the first thing I need to do is to fix the website.
thank you for your answer.

kind regards
Nazly
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A good check of your web site in "every browser known to man" can be done at BrowserShots

Unless you design your pages to use Quirks Mode, you have guaranteed that your pages will NOT be cross-browser compatible. Use those validation links until all the code you have control over is as correct as you can get it.

I recommend at least an XHTML 1.0 Transitional document type, but it would be better if you could code it to Strict.
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