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Good Evening Folks

 

I was made aware earlier today that our web site looked "funny" on IE (previously been ok)

 

When I investigated I found that the products area and the index page came up slowly and more or less as text only (like there was no css file)

 

However other pages (non product pages like Hat Size, Bit Hire Information, Privacy etc) came up normally.

 

The site works normally in Firefox, Safari and Opera

 

I have made no significant changes

 

The only change I made in the last 24 hours was to switch off and then switch back on the control "Add cPath to product URLs?" for Chemo's SEO contribution

 

I have reset my cache

 

On the supposition that it might be an SEO issue I have pored over the forums for clues and checked my installation, but I cannot find anything that would begin to suggest an answer.

 

I guess part of the problem is knowing what search terms to use

 

Question can others see this problem please? Click here to see my website

 

Has anybody any suggestions as to where I might start to solve this problem, as I am now going round in circles grasping at straws

 

Thank you

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Look in your PHP code for the part that calculates your <base href=...>

 

It's coming out as this in your HTML source:

 

	<base href=
"%3C?php%20echo%20(($request_type%20==%20'SSL')%20?%20HTTPS_SERVER%20:%20HTTP_SERVER)%20.%20DIR_WS_CATALOG;%20?%3E">

If I suggest you edit any file(s) make a backup first - I'm not perfect and neither are you.

 

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- Me -

 

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Look in your PHP code for the part that calculates your <base href=...>

 

It's coming out as this in your HTML source:

 

	<base href=
"%3C?php%20echo%20(($request_type%20==%20'SSL')%20?%20HTTPS_SERVER%20:%20HTTP_SERVER)%20.%20DIR_WS_CATALOG;%20?%3E">

 

Absolutely bang on!

 

Right at the beginning of index.php. I had inserted the banner snippet of code and I had asked the editor to "clean up" the code...

 

I would have walked past that for weeks!

 

Respect and sincere thanks

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