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Roasted85

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  1. Is this about right? http://kb.siteground.com/article/Simple_domain_name_masking.html
  2. I recently posted this: http://w3schools.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=44208 in CSS styles. I'm having trouble with my site displaying correctly in IE8 & Above. I have discovered that the reason my site wont load correctly in IE8+ is to do with the web forwarding and masking (set up by lcn.com) forcing my site to display in IE7 mode - and thus my CSS won't load. It used to be that if you visit my site at: www.davemooreboxedart.co.uk you get masked & forwarded to: www.personalised-cupcakes.co.uk/davemoore/index2.html (I have since changed this to a simple re-direction and my site
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    CSS IE9 issues

    IF LCN (the peeps I get my domain names from) can't offer a solution. Does anyone know of a good work around to over-ride it?
  4. Roasted85

    CSS IE9 issues

    oh hang on! that's imposed by the web forwarding from lcn.com !
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    CSS IE9 issues

    oh beg your pardon, that should have updated to the above posted code before you visited it!
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    CSS IE9 issues

    Hello! Please bare with me as I don't know what i'm doing most of the time!Slowly learning to create sites using Dreamweaver and creating in HTML with CSS. if you visit My site at: http://www.davemooreboxedart.co.uk you get masked and forwarded to the actual destination which is hosted at: www.personalised-cupcakes.co.uk/davemoore/index.html (<--piggybacking n what not) When doing this in Safari, Firefox and Chrome the site displays as I would like - With border-radius' and colours and fonts as it should. When doing so in Internet Explorer (i'm using 9) the CSS doesn't load correctly. I thi
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