> With IE 8 my links *to go from one page to a different
> page* on my website do not show up however the website
> works just fine in chrome, firefox and earlier versions of
> IE. Any clues how to fix this?
> IF you need the website it is www.kfoxweatherfox.com. On
> the left hand side should be a whole list of pages to go to
> such as knowledge, photos etc.
Well, for starters, they seem to work OK from here with XP Pro
SP3 and IE8. There are a total of 13 links in the left menu
However, you have apparently written the site using MSO:
Using Office to write web sites creates terrible code bloat
that's entirely unnecesary and makes the site very slow to
load where something as simple as you have should literally
"snap" to the screen with the slowest DSL and even be usable
to 56k users, which is is not; it would take forever to load a
page with 56k analog connections.
The "story" MS likes to tell if you call them on it, is
that it's not intended to write web sites for the internet,
but for an intranet - that's why it has all that extraneous
bload in it.
The site needs to be rewritten and re-uploaded. You might be
able to accomplish what you need by simply loading it into
something like N|VU which will remove extraneious code, then
run Tidy on it; that at least would get around a complete
rewrite if it worked.
NVU is free and works well, especially if you aren't good at
HTML. It's a wysiwyg editor and fully capable of doing a site
like yours. You can download it from here. I used it when I
was getting started and it's a great program for the beginner
or even some experts.