Never mind? This appears to be a campus network issue, not inherent to IE
On Jun 28, 2013, at 10:11 AM, "Ken Irwin" <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
Iíve been working on integrating some Bootstrap into our library website, and Iíve stumbled on weird thing that I canít explain:
Iím using the basic bootstrap templates, straight out of the box with no customization, and the CSS feature that compresses the header on narrow screens doesnít work on IE(v9) on my library web server. But exactly the same code on my personal server works just fine. Both sets of code work fine in Chrome and Firefox. Both servers are some mix of Linux+Apache.
Why would the same css work on one server but not another?
I ran Fiddler to be sure that the css was actually being called, and it is.
I wonder if others will get the same results.
Working in IE:
Out of the box ďheroĒ template: http://alltrees.org/ken/bootstrap/docs/examples/hero.html
Just the responsive header (no JS, just relies on 2 css files): http://www.alltrees.org/ken/bootstrap/docs/examples/top-nojs.html
Not working on IE:
Any ideas? Iím mystifiedÖ