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post Jun 6 2012, 11:38 AM
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Hello,

I designed this page for my company and am having an issue with this page when viewing it on Internet Explorer. http://details.executivetravellink.com/cruises.htm.

This doesn't seem to be happening on everyone in my office's computers when viewing this page, but at least on mine, what happens is that the image of the cruise ship underneath the booking engine and the Flash scene are coming up to the right of what is above it. Also, everything underneath that is coming up to the right of that. In other words, content that is supposed to be in stacked rows is coming up in three different columns side by side.

In addition, certain computers are only able to see the Flash scene at random times and not each time they view the page.

There are obviously errors involved in the HTML code, but are only being affected on certain systems and only with Internet Explorer as the page is showing up on Firefox and Chrome just fine.

I am going through the errors right now on W3C's Markup Validation Service, but have not found any problems that seem noticeable yet. You can view that here: http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%...ine&group=0

I will attach the HTML file to this to help figure out the problems.

If anyone can give any assistance with this, it would be very much appreciated!

Thanks!


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