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I've been rebuilding a website using Magazine Pro. Everything looks great in Chrome and Firefox (windows), but the layout is really goofed up in various versions of Internet Explorer. This really sucks because I thought I had the site ready to launch before I realized it just doesn't work in IE. It's "mostly" OK when viewed at full resolution, but when it's resized to the different responsive sizes, things go haywire. Considering that approximately 35% of my site visitors use IE, I need to come up with a workaround.
By the way, the problems I'm having are related to area widths. When I resize the browser windows from full-width, down to the next level, the columns don't resize appropriately. The same thing when it shrinks down to tablet size view.
It's like IE doesn't respect all of the width settings.
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