Which version of Internet Explorer are you using? You might face problems with older versions of IE (previous to 8)
Your markup has lots of errors. Fix them by following the report here: http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.cameragaldesigns.com%2Flandscape.html&c harset=%28detect+automatically%29&doctype=Inline&group=0
Once you have your code validated, try it out on IE and let us know if it works. IE goes to quirks mode when it sees malfunctioned code - more often happens in IE than on other browsers.
For example, your doctype itself is incorrect. So is your code formation. You have meta tags before the doctype declaration and/ or head tag in your document. Fix them first.
Also, you've used <div align..." tag which is deprecated now. Use CSS for any alignment changes to your design. Get rid of inline tags. Especially, the align tag.
Thanks I will look at this and fix I will let you know how it goes!
It seems to be this way in versions 7 and 8 thatI have seen it in
your slideshow works like a charm in my IE10, and - what is sometimes needed in these cases - without using "compatibility mode".
Could it be that your images are uploaded in a "high definition". Maybe you should manage them with less, to speed up the loading time.
I am using IE 10 too. I see images but I don't see any slideshow.
@CameragalDesigns: IE7 & IE8 are not fully HTML5 compatible. You may want to include HTML5Shiv to your <head> section to ensure IE below version 9 interprets HTML5 code:
<!--[if lt IE 9]>
@Preran & hans-g: Other than the original problem itself, OP's code has a lot of invalid markup - one of the primary reason for IE to act up.
I agree, it would therefore be very important you Mr.(?) "CameragalDesigns" would eliminate the obvious flaws first!
AND yet - interestingly - the slideshow works in my IE10.
Thanks for all the input. I have played with coding for a few hours and tidied a lot up (can you tell I am more of a designer than developer??). I am pleased to say that I didn't make it any worse though - It still works in chrome and firefox, and iE9 (and by the sounds of it 10).
IE 8 (and I am assuming earlier versions) I still have the same problem.
I still have some errors in the coding, that everytime I tried to do anything with had an adverse result on the look or functionality.
In particular I have 1 main error still to do with each of the images and was based on the coding that came with the clearbox widget that I would love some ideas on how to fix - ones that look like the below:
Bad value clearbox[gallery=Gallery,,comment=MacKenzie Falls, Grampains 2011] for attribute rel on element a: The string clearbox[gallery=gallery,,comment=mackenzie is not a registered keyword or absolute URL
Its Mrs actually but thats ok! Thanks for your help its good to know it works in IE10
I was wondering if this isn't working because I chose to do it in HTML5. If I want to go back to HTML4.01, is it just a matter of changing the doc type (and removing the HTML5 statement you recommended, and checking for any errors)? Or is there something else I would need to do?