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  1. #1
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    Default How to solve IE9 conflicts with Wordpress

    It's simple.... Download Firefox or Chrome.

    And if you're a developer tell your customers to do the same..

    Forgive my little rant..

    Personally I don't think anyone should be using IE browsers for anything.. But what frustrates me is the countless man hours it takes developers to have to debug and code to be IE compatible.

    So this is a plea to anyone using Internet Explorer.. It is a dying platform, they lose market share every day. The main reason people still use it is because it comes preloaded on their computer, and they don't know there are better options..

    Do yourself a favor for your sake and the productivity sake of countless developers..

    Take 2 minutes and download another browser like Firefox or Chrome, you will be so happy you did, and you will never want to use IE again.

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    I am having a problem with IE and my unordered lists. They look fine in Chrome but are all messed up in IE. Anyway to fix this on

    http://www.idressdolls.com
    Shirley E Childers
    idressdolls.com

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    You're using html instead of the wordpress post editor.. In visual mode select the list and hit the align left icon.. see if that fixes in ie9

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