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I presume your viewing it locally? If so, IE does that when viewing web pages locally when you have javascript on your pages.When uploaded to a server, it should disappear.Hope that helps:)
Also it only does it when you browse the file system. If you set the folder up as a website in your local webserver, and browse it via your localhost, it stops doing it. I find it's worth doing that during development.
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