I'm not a developer by any means, so I'm not sure I'll be able to phrase this in a technical way, but I'm facing a lot of problems with how my new Joomla website is rendered on old versions of IE.
The website is www.eslrok.com (a jobs/recruiting website for English teachers in Korea).
It's really important that the website display correctly on the older versions of IE (6 through 9), but, having accessed the site from computers using older browsers and having seen the site on sites like Browsera.com, I can see that the browser stretches the component on the front page and pushes all of the left-side modules underneath it. It's a mess.
I've read so many things about IE display problems and how to fix them, all of them pointing to different solutions.
What I can't do is ask the user to turn on compatibility mode, it needs to render correctly on load. I installed a plugin that alerts users to the fact that their browser is outdated, but I'd prefer to have the page look decent instead, and not force them to make an annoying upgrade (although they probably should, but it's not my business to tell them this).
Does anybody have any experience with this? Or perhaps there's a sneaky fix that someone has heard about?