Guest Posted November 6, 2009 Share Posted November 6, 2009 Alright, so we just launched our store's website yesterday, and we're doing all the initial bug fixes. It turns out that while our website looks fine in IE versions 7 and 8, customers are finding themselves unable to log in to their accounts, or even get to the login/my account screen. We noticed that when you click the link and it fails to work (error message instead), that in the address bar, IE is automatically adding a third slash, like this: http:/// If I manually remove that third / from the url, the link works. I can't find any reason for it to be doing this, and everything works 100% in Firefox and Chrome. I expected this kind of problem with IE6, but IE8? Yeah, not sure what to do. I'm hoping that someone might have some idea for what we can do to fix this. Customers are set in their ways, and no matter how many 'hey, use firefox or chrome' messages you plaster over your site, most of them won't bother. I tried googling for similar problems with OSC and IE compatibility, but noting like this popped up. Our website is here. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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