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MSN - Picture images and page structure have failed to present.

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  • As of today - 11 July 2013 - there are problems with the display of media images (pictures) on MSN pages. The structure of the pages is still intact on Internet Explorer 10 (minus images accompanying stories) but page structure has totally failed to present on other browsers such as earlier versions of IE and also Google Chrome and Firefox, leaving what's reported as mere index lists of news with no structure or images. Can you tell why this is happening and if it can be sorted ? Thank you. (11 July 2013)

    Thursday, July 11, 2013 10:49 AM

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  • I agree - many users I support that have IE 9 cannot display uk.MSN.com properly - all issues reported today (11th July 2013). Tried resetting IE and clearing the cache with no success. On Windows 8, IE 10 does display without the media images- I think it is overloaded because too many people checking the cricket scores of the Ashes! Kind Regards fosseitsl
    Thursday, July 11, 2013 1:01 PM
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    Thursday, July 11, 2013 1:54 PM