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Old 4-11-12, 09:31 PM   #1
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Java Script Comments Box - Not showing on IE?

I've used JS-kit Echo comments boxes and now I'm messing around with facebook connect comments. I use firefox so I didn't realize that my comment boxes aren't showing in IE9?

I also realized that my Facebook like button wasn't showing either so I assume there is a problem with IE9, my html and Java Script.

One of the pages that I'm having issues with is this one:

http://grilling24x7.com/bigmac.shtml

Under the title there should be a facebook like button, underneath of all the text and pictures there should be a facebook comments box as well as a JS-kit comments box. A google plus button should also be in the left column. Seems like my html isn't allowing these features to show through?

Have any clues or fixes for me? I'm totally clueless.

Thanks!

John
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Old 4-11-12, 09:42 PM   #2
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It appears to be displayed correctly for me. I hardly ever use IE, but I do keep a copy, and it is version 9.
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Old 4-11-12, 09:44 PM   #3
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It appears to be displayed correctly for me. I hardly ever use IE, but I do keep a copy, and it is version 9.
Well that's great news! I suppose this could be some type of browser setting that I have messed up.

THanks for checking.
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Old 4-11-12, 09:46 PM   #4
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Hey, no problem. Good luck trying to figure it out.
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Old 4-11-12, 09:52 PM   #5
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Im pretty bare bones when it comes to my html skills - I think i'll just chalk it up to "something is wrong with the IE9 that I rarely use." I've already tossed 2 hours down the toilet trying to figure this out. If you have IE 9 and can see the comments, I'm happy. :-)

Just went into my IE tools - internet options and it looks like I don't have Java installed for this browser. That's my guess.

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Old 4-11-12, 09:54 PM   #6
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That could surely be it. I'll fire up my copy of IE9 again, and post here what my settings are, maybe that'll help too.
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Well I disabled Java, yet the page would still display correctly. I also changed the privacy setting from 'medium-high' up to 'block all cookies', and the page would still load correctly. I've already told my better 3/4 'be with you in a sec, hon' twice, and she'll shoot me if I say it again, so I gotta run. Good luck!
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Old 4-11-12, 10:13 PM   #8
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:-) Thank you sir!
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