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Browser not support: IE(64-bit)

Hello everyone, Happy Grin Blush
Hope all of you guys are fine.I'm new here & have a stupid Wink question.Hope I'll get the ans.This is about my website corrosion-products.com. .But since last week I can not find the whole site function on Internet explorer(64-bit).It's fine & suit to all browser- firefox,chrome,opera,suffery,IE(86-bit).But not get IE 64-bit properly.
I know my explanation is not good enough because I have not so much idea on it.I'm not a developer or designer.But I know that the site require some changes.If anyone can here help me about this & want to know anything about my site,you can ask.Please give me some basic ideas why is this happen?What should I do now?
Regards,
Feona.

Note: link to site removed by moderator.

Post was last edited on October 2, 2015 1:57 AM PDT

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Check your HTML code.

W3C HTML checker found 10 errors at that site.

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Ok.I'll check.

Actually I'm not expert at html/css. But I definitely will try by W3C HTML checker.
Thanks for the assist. Happy

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Since it was only 10 errors, try tackling them one by one.

It's not as if it's a huge pile of errors but these could cause a browser to stumble on a site.

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Re: site

Looking at the site, I think the company is big enough to hire a professional to have a look at it.

Kees

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I'll think

Please give me some suggestions on it.If I have to hire developer nor I can do it myself?
Thanks. Happy

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Re: web page

If the company has no webmaster that can find out himself (or herself) and still want it fixed, finding someone else is the only solution.

Few people use the 64-bit version of IE. Many people use Edge or view the site on a tablet or phone. Did you check those?

Kees

Post was last edited on October 3, 2015 1:04 AM PDT

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I checked

It's fine for tablet,iphone,android I checked

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I changed some code but it happens again now on other pages

No problem for any browser.Just for IE (64 bit).I already changed and edit few codes & then it's fine for the home page. Happy But now two pages within the site www.corrosion-products.com/services/manufactured-systems & www.corrosion-products.com/services/vibration-analysis occurs the same problem.I have been got some information from W3C & I added two codes per page -moz- & -webkit- as they say but no chance. I think now I have to hire someone professional.Actually a web developer.
If anyone suggest me any better ideas so please........it's now a great trouble for me. Sad Sad Sad Before it occurs on home page but now it's happening for the sub pages.I want that site available for all browsers visitor.
Moderator, please don't remove my links.To solve this my site accessing from here is important.
Thanks to all in advance

Post was last edited on October 7, 2015 10:57 AM PDT

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Re: links

As you see, I didn't remove the links. But (like I did in your first post in this thread) I removed the http part: so anybody wanting to visit your pages to help you must copy it to the address bar of the browser in stead of just clicking.
That certainly won't deter the experts.

Kees

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Le me be frank.

If IE 64 bit is the only failure, the market share is so low that it should be put on the back burner as something to tackle another day.

I'd be more concerned with all others than IE64. Edge for example.

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