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    So today I bit the bullet and put IE back on my computer for the purpose of viewing my site with IE. I discovered that the gradients I'm using don't seem to be working on the newest version of IE9 but my buddy (IE version unknown) is able to see the gradients when he views them on his computer. This got me wondering how many other people cant see the gradients when viewing my page. I know it doesn't really take away from the functionality of my site but having it fixed would just make me feel better. Anyone know why this might be happening?

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    Try putting the PIE.htc file in the same folder as your css file and adding behavior: URL(PIE.htc) to whatever element the gradient uses. I've noticed that it generally performs best when PIE.htc is in the same folder for whatever reason.
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    as of right now i currently have a copy of PIE.htc in every directory that I have a page in. A while back I couldnt get my CSS to validate with this "behavior: src(PIE.htc);" in there. I google searched to fix the problem and found that many people were saying to get it to validate you would have to include it in the HTML so i now have it as:

    " <!--[if IE]>
    <style type="text/css">
    div.navbar { behavior: src(PIE.htc); }
    </style>
    <![endif]-->"

    I've probably jacked up the coding some where when I did this.

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    Do you have it including those quotes at the beginning and end? If so, take them out.

    behavior isn't a valid CSS property, but it can be used.
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    quotations were probably a poor way of separating content on here. They aren't on my actual document. I'll try putting the behavior property back into the CSS document and see where that gets me.

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    No luck but I have noticed that I get prompted by IE saying "Internet Explorer restricted this webpage from running scripts or ActiveX controls". No obvious changes when you click allow content though.

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    Hmmm...are you loading this page locally? As in from a hard drive?
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    I have the content hosted on a temporary free hosting site for now and i also load it locally. It hasn't worked for IE9 using either method. I was reading up on it some more and I found that in the list of common issues that are had with CSS3 PIE that having the wrong content type could be whats causing my problem (particularly with IE9). I have tried to add their suggested "AddType text/x-component .htc" to my .htaccess file but it wasn't successful. I don't have any prior experience with htaccess files so I wouldn't be surprised if I did it wrong or there was something that I over looked. My knowledge is kind of limited to self-taught HTML and CSS so I'm kind of behind on some of this stuff.

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    Okay...go ahead and provide the link to the free hosting page, in that case. Hopefully someone can see what's up.
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    alright sounds good. Please keep in mind that this is my first time using CSS for a page layout and Web design is a hobby of mine and I am in no way a professional haha.

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    Its also very incomplete....


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