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Reply To: IE 9 and Chrome issues

#867
Jason Bobich
Keymaster

Hello,

I believe the problem stems from what you’re actually putting in your slider description. You have some invalid markup that I think most browsers can interpret to understand what you “meant” to put, although IE cannot.

Specifically, I’m referring to this kind of thing:

It’s Time To Take Charge of Your Online Presence!

Confused On Where To Begin?

First, you can’t put paragraph tags inside of header tags, and second you’re opening paragraph tags and not closing them. I’m only guessing, but I have a feeling that has something to do with your issue in IE.

Try doing something more like this:

It’s Time To Take Charge of Your Online Presence!

Confused On Where To Begin?

Does that help the issue?

There also appears to other places in your slide descriptions where you’re opening paragraph tags and not closing them. So, I’d run through and double check all of your slide descriptions. — Note: By “closing them” I mean adding

after the text enclosed in the paragraph tag.

This is a centered paragraph of text.