I’ve just started working on my first website (learn as you do!) and have used a template to help me get started. I have included some .png pics into the web page however when I go to view on IE8 it doesnt always show up (1 in 5 it will show the pics, others will just show the picture missing icon). I’ve tried it on Firefox and it works fine everytime. Is there something I.m missing which IE8 needs?
Also I’ve also noticed one link to another page cannot be clicked on IE8 however the link works fine in Firefox?! I’m unsure if its the actual HTML code or anything in the css?! I’ve triple checked but there is nothing I can see which may be wrong… I’ve been using the Microsoft Expression Web 4 and thats saying theirs no issues
@ChrisP and @Jarolin Thank you both for coming back to me. I have used Codepen and added the section causing the problem for the pictures not always showing. There was no option to add the pics themselves as the only copies are on my own pc but I will be more then happy to send over the complete file if that would help?
@hugogiraudel Thanks for the website links re the pictures, I’ll be using that movng forward, definitely very useful
@hotpink Thank you for the info, I have started amending the code on my html file (turns out I have it written the wrong way on multiple pages!) and thank you for the adjustment to the hover effect, I have added that to :)
@AndyHowells I have tried removing the with no luck, it’s still not always showing the picture. Thank you for letting me know that is not meant to be written, I have deleted them now. Should I end an image with /> instead?
@drudems – A HTML5 shiv/shim (both are the same thing just with different ending letters!) tells older versions of Internet Explorer what HTML5 elements like section, article, aside, nav etc are so they will display as expected.