Help with IE!

I know for a fact IE 8 and 10 are not working properly. Such as the home page slide show and the icons in the header.

I do have the following mark up:

<!--[if lt IE 9]>

<script src=""></script>
<link href="youtube-video-gallery-legacy-ie.css" type="text/css" rel="stylesheet"/>



Keep in mind that IE10 ignores IE conditional tags.

So how do you deal with IE10 then?

Regarding the slide show, I see no difference in rendering between IE8 and FF28? In both, I see a static home page, no slide show.

This is IE10 - the slideshow is static, but the slides seem to be stacked one each other…

It’s time to get out of the mindset of dealing with IE separately. Recent versions of IE have joined the fold, so to speak, and are as reliable as the other major browsers.

See if you can fix these validation errors and see if that helps.

I only seen that happening for a split second. After that, both IE8 and 9 overwrite the text ‘We punch, stamp, etc.’ with the image of the other slide.

IE11 and to a lesser extent 10 are indeed reliable, but IE8 and especially 9 are still widely used. Also, the majority of the reported errors concern IE proprietary CSS. It would be much more convenient if the validator would separate those “errors” from the real errors (which there are a couple of as well). And it would be much fairer as well, because why should CSS with -moz- en -webkit- prefixes be valid, and IE proprietary CSS not?

Perhaps not any more, but they used to flagged as errors. Anyhow, at least they are sanctioned by standards bodies, while IE’s proprietary stuff simply is not CSS.

As long as it is rendered correctly by the intended browser(s) and ignored by the others, it is CSS, pragmatically speaking. Anyway, those lines are not the cause of the problem the OP/TS has.