On 2/14/2013 12:50 PM, brownmil29 wrote:
> Greetings All,
> I apologize if this is a repeat question, however, I have been away
> from things from awhile and times have changed. I was developing in
> NetObjects v10 and have since updated to v12.
> I have started developing my new site and since I use Chrome as my
> default I checked the site as I moved forward and all was fine. As I
> was closing in on finishing the initial draft of the site, I started
> testing in all browsers as would be prudent. To my horror, all of the
> images showed the RED X in Internet Explorer V8. The pages showed
> perfectly in all other browsers, Chrome and Firefox.
> I have polled my test market and the larger percentage will be viewing
> the site in IE so thus I must solve this problem.
> I have cleared the IE history, cache, etc to no avail.
> Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. I am hoping to launch the
> new website at the beginning of next week.
> Respectfully,
> Keith

Advise ALL users, designers, etc. to get rid of IE 8, and especially on
later versions of Windows, upgrade to IE 9, and soon, IE10 for Windows 7.

It's been known for a few years now that IE8 is a defective browser, and
even Microsoft pleads with users and techs of all levels to rid
themselves of it, and upgrade at least to IE9.

Notice in all these replies the very low percentages of user
satisfaction and performance with IE8 ?? And the fact that very few if
anyone seems to be having any troubles with NOF 12 using IE 9 ?

There's a good reason for it.