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Old 06-20-2018, 18:23   #31
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I am using IE 11.0.70 and IE had been fine until last week when the header started appearing as a list. I can still read posts but have to mark forums read and logoff from the ugly page log list. I don't have the option to use a different browser due to requirements of legacy apps.

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Old 06-20-2018, 18:41   #32
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Do you have IE set for compatibility view?
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...ompatibility-v

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Old 06-20-2018, 19:46   #33
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I am using IE 11.0.70 and IE had been fine until last week when the header started appearing as a list. I can still read posts but have to mark forums read and logoff from the ugly page log list. I don't have the option to use a different browser due to requirements of legacy apps.
I am using Chrome, and last week the page rendering was a wreck. The header appeared as a list, as noted by you, and I was having problems with the site. It has since cleared up, or has been fixed, and things are better now.

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Old 06-20-2018, 23:06   #34
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I have set the site for compatibility mode and that made no difference. I have been ignoring a message that appears at the bottom of the browser window that states that only secure content is displayed. It gives you the option to display all content and that allows the page to render normally. Looks like Windows 10 does not like something about the markup.

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I have set the site for compatibility mode and that made no difference. I have been ignoring a message that appears at the bottom of the browser window that states that only secure content is displayed. It gives you the option to display all content and that allows the page to render normally. Looks like Windows 10 does not like something about the markup.
memphismike, when you see the message that only secure content is displayed, are you seeing the rest of the page? I wonder if the issue is that your IE is trying to bring some content to the page from local browser cache that is not SSL to a rendered page that now is SSL. That would spawn the message you see and the lack of content on the page. Clearing cache on your browser likely would fix that.

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All content is there below the listed header and appears normal. Clearing the SSL cache is the first thing I tried. The forums look normal as you scroll down. The normal appearance returns to the list appearance as soon as you leave viewing the forum entry.

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Old 06-22-2018, 15:50   #37
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alamogirl, what version(s) of IE are you using? If I remember correctly, Microsoft is not supporting IE the way they used to (tbh I haven’t had to use Windows in a few years now).
How can I check what the version is?

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Old 06-22-2018, 18:25   #38
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You can check your IE Version by clicking on Help (Tools) and selecting "about Internet Explorer" from the drop down menu. This will show Version and revision number for the browser.

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I've never had any problems with this site................so far.


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I've never had any problems with this site................so far.
Me neither. Occasional slowness but nothing I can tie to the site (could be my broadband provider; could be the whole Internet that day). It makes it hard to replicate the problems some folks are having when you never see them. I'm sure the problems exist, but they're harder to trace for not having them.

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