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You working at the uni now? Very very long time no speak.

A couple of things I found that IE really doesn't like, it's stricter with javascript, you can't use a variable without declaring it with var first, ie

var i = 0;

and not just

i = 0;

Also I had some defer="defer" in my javascript, I think that's what was killing off entire pages. Oddly though it only affected and not which had the same code. The homepage did have a tag that wasn't closed too, validate your page1 to sort those out.

Also, once I'd made changes, I found it hard to get IE to clear it's cache, the normal-shift-and refresh wasn't working, but shutting down the browser and restarting made it pick up the changes.

js: Programming language of the internets, mostly how I make my living.

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