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Hi all,

I'm here hoping that someone can help my web designer with this problem.

My website Facilities Management Services | Facilities Manager - Mobius Facilities Management has a banner that is supposed to change whenever you click on a different service that my company offers. This works on Safari and Firefox but not IE. Now we all know how crap anything to do with Microsoft and PC's is, however unfortunately IE still dominates the web browser market and I would really like to get this sorted.

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Switch to HTML5 maybe? On my iPad, so I wouldn't be able to see it anyway. Plus, I'm no web designer.

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I see what you are trying to there and using Flash for that is seriously overkill..you can accomplish the same end result with CSS and JavaScript..this will also ensure that your content will show up on most devices..

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Thanks for the input guys. He just did a rebuild on it and it seems to be working better now.
Razor that's a really good idea, I'll see if he can do that..!
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Exactly. not only will CSS/JS show up on more devices, it's better for search optimization
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