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Internet Explorer 8 CSS flicker problem

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Hi everyone and thanx for reading this post about the BIGGEST CSS headache I've had in my career as webdeveloper!

 

To explain the problem in short:

I've made a website for a client that for some strange reason flicker on refresh in IE8. If I hit the refresh button several times, also background images partly disappear(See the image below.. (and where backgroundimages disappear is random each time..))

 

Yndestadferiehttp://www.codeservice.no/dynimg/yndestad.gif[/img]

 

I've tried to remove all JavaScripts: Does not solve it!

I've tried to partly remove CSS classes and ID's: Does not solve it!

 

I'm, for the first time in my career, completely stuck! It could be something in the XHTML markup thats causing it, or a combination of the CSS and the XHTML..

 

If you wish to help me, you can download a static html file and a few folders stuffed in a zip file. See the url below.

 

ht tp://w ww.codeservic e.n o/codeservice_debug_project.z ip

 

You can also see the working website with the bug at htt p://w ww.yndestadferi e.n o/

 

Thanx a MILLION for all help I can get:)

Edited by Terratuner

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Sorry to say, but I don't see it? My guess would be what your seeing is just IE8 downloading the images a little differently/slower. But, I definitely don't get any flicker...

Edited by Eric

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Terratuner, could you tell me how you fixed this problem?

I've been stuck on the same problem for weeks now and it is already a real pain in the ass.

 

The strangest thing is that often background images are only partly missing.

Just switching between windows with alt-tab is enough to let ie8 fix the broken parts.

 

Anyone?

 

edit: Also this only seems to appear with windows vista / ie8 and compatibilitymode off.

Edited by erikb

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have you tried to add this line:

 

 

to your meta tags, if you have no problems with bg image in IE7?

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Yes, i'm using it to avoid this problem.

 

But I think it should be possible to render the page normally in IE8 without using this solution.

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